Question about ASUS Eee 4G Notebook
The source of your problem is the DC Power Jack that your charger plugs into or it is the charger. So, the least expensive way to troubleshoot this yourself is to first get a new charger and that may just solve the whole problem.
If it's the DC Power Jack, that plug in device is soldered to your motherboard inside and it has lossed, broken or the electrical conduits inside it have failed. The cheapest way to deal with that is...
1. Find a local laptop guy who does these repairs often and don't pay more than $100 or,
2. Go online to eBay and in the search window type in "Laptop DC Power Jack Repair". A great many will appear and you can even narrow down the search to find a few who do Eee PCs. The cost there should not be more than $100 and can sometimes be around $80 flat fee.
TIP! If you use an eBay vendor, check their approval rating and only use one who charges a flat fee with a "no repair is no charge" clause.
Best of luck to you!
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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