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I am doing the same thing you are. Do you have a MA7????
yeah, so just take out the motherboard and buy a new power ******** ebay and do some soldering. There are 5 points to melt and the old jack will come off. place the new one in!
There is no step by step instructions for taking out the motherboard online yet. I might write that guide but that'll won't be there until a long time. so you gotta figure out yourself by unscrewing a bunch of screws.
I you don't know how to solder, then you are hopeless and have to learn. Make sure you have a good soldering gun. The metals on those circuit boards are damn hard to melt
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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