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Femal pin jack

Any help with how I can get to the femal pin jack so I can check to see if it has come apart from the motherboard. thanks

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Compaq CQ1-1225 AIO Wont Start at all. Removed all components


Suggestions;

Anti-Static wrist strap connected to ground source, and your wrist;

1) The jack your AC adapter plugs into on the motherboard, is the DC Power Jack.
Motherboard out of case, power to motherboard, take your multimeter and see if you are getting 19 VDC at the DC Power Jack's positive solder joint, on motherboard.

The center pin of the jack is Positive. (The inner cylindrical shell is Negative)
Follow the DC Power Jack's positive pin from the Center of the jack, to the motherboard.

You probably won't be able to touch your meter's Positive (Red) probe, to the DC Power Jack's positive pin under the jack; so touch it's solder joint on the opposite side of the motherboard.
(DC Power Jack should be soldered close to the motherboard, is why)

Of course also touch the Negative lead, (Black probe), of your meter, to the Negative, (Ground) solder joint for the DC Power Jack.

Getting 19 volts DC?

See if there is a cracked solder joint, for any of the DC Power Jack's pin connections to the motherboard.
ANY perceptible movement of the DC Power Jack on the motherboard, indicates a bad power jack, and may indicate a broken/cracked solder joint.
Center pin of DC Power Jack is loose? Bad DC Power Jack. Replace.

2) DC Power Jack is determined to be in good repair? No cracked/broken solder joints?
The next components in the power circuit on the motherboard, leading From the power jack, are P. MOSFET's.
Power MOSFET.

Power MOSFET Wikipedia the free encyclopedia

More information using a prior solution,

Dv6000 power light does not come on any more

Check the links given.

3) The last thing that concerns me, although I probably should have listed it first; is the AC adapter you are using.
Concern is that it doesn't have the 'intelligent chipset' that matches the Compaq CQ1-1225 All-In-One desktop PC's circuitry.

AC Adapter For Compaq Presario All in One CQ1 1225 Desktop PC Charger...


Just my thoughts..........
Regards,
joecoolvette

Jan 15, 2015 | HP Computers & Internet

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Case has 1 small speaker in front but dont know where to connect to motherboard. speaker have 1 black & red wire on small female plug


Hi,

Input the speaker's jack to the mother board,from back side or the front panel,which is green socket.


Hope this helps. Let me know if you need more information Thanks

May 11, 2011 | Intel Motherboard

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Hello my laptop t41 power is not even flash but the adapter is working,am technician and i have troubleshoot allot.


I concur with what Diegotech stated.

To iterate further;

1) The DC Power Jack (DC IN), may have cracked solder joint/s on the motherboard connector, (Female), where the DC Power Jack plugs in.

Resolder

2) The DC Power Jack may be broken.
Center Pin mount, and/or body of DC Power Jack, and/or Outer Shell mount.

Replace DC Power Jack.

3) Wires from the DC Power jack plug to the female connector on the motherboard, may be bad.

Replace DC Power Jack.

Two examples, of a place to buy an IBM ThinkPad T41 DC Power Jack,

1) http://www.buy.com/prod/dc-power-jack-connector-socket-for-ibm-thinkpad-t40-t41-t42-r50-r51-r52/q/sellerid/23962916/loc/101/215782035.html

2) http://www.machinaelectronics.com/store/buypart/IBM_Thinkpad_T41/DC-P001

Past this point it's a bad DC sensor on the motherboard.

Replace motherboard.

IBM ThinkPad T41 Service Manual, (Free),

http://www.tim.id.au/blog/tims-laptop-service-manuals/#toc-ibmlenovo

On this page go down to the 8th line.
The one that starts with > ThinkPad T20.

Go across, and click on > T41

Takes approximately 2 seconds to see the first page, and additional time to fully download.

Page 142 for 14.1 inch LCD screen
Page 151 for 15 inch LCD screen

(PDF file page number box at top)

Dec 01, 2010 | IBM ThinkPad T41 Notebook

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Battery does not charge, but remains on with power supply connected. Female to male connection "touchy." Can turn off if cord is barely touched. Main concern being how to fix female part of power supply.


DC Jack diagnosis:
1. Test power adapter for output voltage. Bend the power cable in various directions while doing this to be sure that there is no broken conductors in the cable.
2. If power adapter is Ok, connect it & see if the power LED on the laptop will glow when you jiggle the power connector in various directions. If yes, then the DC jack might be loose or damaged, & need to be either re-soldered or replaced.
3. If not, then disassemble the laptop. Remove any components that attach to the laptop's motherboard first (e.g. battery, hard drive, RAM, wireless card, optical drive, ... etc.)
4. Next, remove the keyboard & the LCD screen.
5. Finally, unscrew all screws that hold the upper cover & lower cover together so that you could gain access to the motherboard.
6. Inspect the solder points connecting the DC jack to the motherboard. Make sure that none of them is loose. If any, re-solder them.
7. Inspect the center pin in the DC jack. Make sure that it is not broken or loose. If it is, then you might need to replace the DC jack.
8. When you are done, re-assemble back the laptop.

Oct 09, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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DV8000 power jack problem. Has no one solved this?


Hello,

You are speaking of the female power jack plugin...that is inside your laptop.

Ok first thing you would have to find a replacement power jack...ebay would be your best bet or a quick search on google might find a website.

If you can do that know in advance that you will have to take your laptop apart. Working on a computer can get complicated but a laptop is even harder.

If the first two things I mentioned is not a problem then the last thing is you will have to be pretty experienced at soldering. If the power connector is soldered onto the motherboard (always is) then you will first have to remove it without damaging the board itself. Then you will have to be able to solder all the connections back on without getting any solder on the area around it as you will damage the motherboard.

Post back with any questions or comments. But what I'm getting at is if you can't do all those things then your only option is to go to HP's support site and email them to ask how much it would cost you to have them repair it.

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Sony Vaio VGN 'B series' - broken headphone jack.


Hi there, your question has two way you can fix it:
1) see speaker jack circiut on your motherboard, picture here

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there are 5 pins to the jack socket, you may just find out 2 and 3 pin which is stereo audio output lines, and also need a ground 5 pin. then connect 3 wires go outside speaker. this way quite tough for you.
if you cannt do this way go next
2) find a USB audio card instead of onboard one. this is very easy.
reference here:
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Unusual Power Requirement


Should not be a problem, the theory here is Volts * Amps =Watts

5V * 2A = 10w

The alternative is to get a LM7505 ($1 or 2) from radioshack or any electronic supply and regulate the 12v down to 5v. its about 1/2 square IC chip.

Pardon my ASCII:
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input 1.7V - 35V ________| | |_____ +5v (+/- 1%)
Pin 1 Pin 3

will accomodate 1 Amp (1.25 if heat sinked) for the CMOS version, slightly higher for the olde r(less effecient) version

The other pin is ground. OF course you will want to check the specs and pin assignment for the brand you buy, these are typical.

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Broken Female audio plug


take a 1-1/2" safety pin, straighten it a bit, heat the tip, stick it inside the broken pin, let it cool then work it out w/the broken pin attached. I had the same problem & this worked.

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The sling box has no input of 8 pin DIN,i look for another one.
I found an adapter has a female input of 8 pin DIN and has the output of female RCA jack> the only thing you do is to buy a male RCA jack in order to connect your DVD player,;
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Femal pin jack


you'll need to take the entire notebook apart to access the motherboard..

May 31, 2008 | HP Pavilion dv1000 Notebook

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