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HP nc8000 LAPTOP DISASSEMBLY ETC....

HP nc8000 LAPTOP... DC POWER SOCKET NEEDS RESOLDERING/
BRIDGING TO MAIN PCB... HOW DO I DISASSEMBLE , REMOVE INTERNAL LEADS ETC .....

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I would try a new power adaptor cord 1st, they go bad alot and I have been on calls to soder the DC power socket many times, when it was simply a power cord problem.

If a new cord does not work the assembly manual can be downloaded from HP at this address:

http://bizsupport.austin.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c00803690/c00803690.pdf

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