Question about Acer Aspire 9300 Notebook
Probably, as long as it's just the jack.
Average cost to replace a laptop power jack is around $85 (USD), but it can vary depending on price and availability of the jack itself, and just how hard it is to get to and replace.
Laptop manufacturers love to stick the power jack on the bottom of the motherboard, underneath EVERYTHING else, so in most cases, the laptop has to be completely disassembled. Replacing the jack itself is usually about 5 minutes, but gettin to it, then putting it all back together takes an hour or so on average. Not to mention, in some cases we are talking about screws so small that I've actually had them get stuck under my fingernail before. Personally, I tend to use a low-temp hot glue gun to try to reinforce the jack once I've replaced it. My repeat repair rate (not warrantied, 're-broke') dropped about 40% once I started doing that.
85 bucks is a lot cheaper than a new laptop.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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