Hi i have problems with the freaking power supply too, but i need to get to it first i took all of the screews off but i cant get the laptop open is there any where that i can see all what needs to be taken off so i can open it??
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I actually solved my problem a couple months ago. I thought it was the power supply, and took it to the Best buy, where for free just plugged in a different power supply with no change to the computer. That left the internal connection, so I opened the case (which was quite easy to do) and the place where the power cord connects to the motherboard has a small silver housing. I just kinda wiggled mine around until the light of the power supply came on again, and put it all back together. No problems since.
Hello Sir, Hi, if your laptop fails on power on, here are possible culprit.
definitely there is a power supply problem, these power supply modules are not really serviceable, you need to find a replacement, but if you cant find one, bring the power supply module to a reputable electronics service center, a TV tech. shop will do.
there is a possibility of battery problems, but you should see some LED lights on your laptop, to confirm battery is bad, have it replaced, or swap out a new battery,
there is a slim chance its the power switch, usually they don't response, if this is the case, replacement is needed, but this goes with the motherboard.
if everything else does not solve the problem, its the motherboard. if this is the case, there is not much more else to do, but replace the whole laptop, and but a new one, your dealer may help to contact the supplier if buy any chance may repair the laptop.
you have to remove the panel which is found above the keyboard. the two small speaker is found just under that. there is no screw, take something falt, like a screwdriver, pull and it will come out. you have to open the screen 180 degrees.
once that panel is removed you will see 3 screw which hold the keyboard, remove all screws, lift the keyboard slowly, u have to remove the data cable connected to the keyboard, which is found just under the keyboard
Remove bottom plate by unscreewing the 7 screews (for one of them you must open the viewfinder) and make sure the ribbon
cables are connected securely . You just need to push genty the ribbon cabbles and reposition the plate, this should solve