Question about HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook
If you mean the jack where your Laptop's Dc adapter Plug is plugged in, you can fix it. The jack is soldered on the motherboard and the problem happens when the soldered contact points are loosen or is having problem, it can be easily fixed. But the laptop must be disassembled to do this. You need to have soldering skills, otherwise it'd be difficult to fix it. The power jack looks like this;
It'll be fitted like this on the motherboard after you've disassembled the system;
You can simply get it done from an electronic repairing shop or from a service center. It's best if you know how to use soldering iron. If the jack is bad, you can replace it, it can be purchased from any computer store or computer repairing center.
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Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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