Question about System Power Supplies
Charging jack is loose need to solder it, how do i open case?
I found a PDF document that's a service manual for an Easynote H3. It takes you to the point of removing the motherboard. I know it's a different model, but maybe it's close enough. If you want me to email it to you, send me an email at email@example.com. It's a 1.3-MB file.
There are a lot of steps involved. I would recommend using a multicompartmented tray to hold the removed hardware. Be aware that some notebook ribbon cable sockets release the cable after you lift up on the outer shroud slightly.
If you do this job, look at the solder points first. If they look solderable, FIRST epoxy the power socket to the motherboard. When the epoxy has fully set, THEN resolder the joints. Use a low-wattage iron, not a gun.
I look at it this way: You can't make it work any less, and if you succeed, you'll be proud, and will have saved a lot of money.
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
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