Question about HP Compaq Presario V6000T Notebook
I have HP pavilion zv5000 laptop.
Since few months back, power supply jack was giving problem, so I opened it (hoping to easily attach two wire, re-solder power supply jack on motherboard).
I opened-up laptop cover which is at the bottom of laptop.
Also removed harddrive and battery.
I finally gave up power jack fixing, since solder connection is not easily accessible (at least from the side which I opened laptop. and I was not too confident that I should further open other parts. So I decided to put it back and take it to a shop/repair center.
(BTW, When I hold/tag on power cord, laptop seems to get power, and the power jack seemed to be loose on the motherboard, so I confirmed that it was power jack-to-motherboard connection problem)
In this process, un-knowingly, I opened four screws that fix CPU-Heatsink to motherboard, and detached CPU from motherboard. Only when I turned it upside down, and looked at CPU, I realised that I had detached CPU from motherboard !
Anyways, carefully I put CPU, Batter, Harddrive together, and turned on laptop (by holding/wiggling power cord by hand to a point where power light comes on).
BUT, now the screen is BLANK !
(it used to try to boot up before I opened up).
Both fans seems to turn on, and the harddrive light flashes normally.
I need all the help in resolving this issue.
Thanks in advance for looking into this !
Lala linda is right. . . repairing the power pin isn't that expensive ... In fact I've fixed some myself and it's really not that hard. It is time consuming and tedious to make sure that all the bits and pieces fo back in the right place. Take some pix as you take it apart and you will find that's it much easier when you go to re-assemble the unit. btw . . . The power pins are available on the net for $ 10 or less usually.
Also . . .Once you get it fixed get a Cable retention device to make sure you don't damage the pin a second time. Personally I recommend (and use) this one.
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
Ok UG 2008 I 'd say you did a pretty good job but this is common did you check to see if your screen is connected (it has a power unnet ,if so then try takeing and orther screen and hooking it up if it works then your screen power stsyem went out it is the small power board right under your on and off switch,(by the way there is a soulution for repairing broken power plug in the internet go to http://www.comprehensivecomputing.net
they will repair your power switch plug in at thier shop for $99.00 shipping 12.00 dollars or so and they give a one year warranty and promise to get down in 2 days ... lala linda well, hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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