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I am trying to locate instructions on how to disassemble my Gateway MX6436 laptop to re-solder the power jack.

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Try this link. It's got disassembly diagrams for most models.

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Laptop won't power on with ac adapter or battery


Could be a combination of things.

1) Battery is low. Not enough power to turn the laptop on.
Caused by;

2) AC adapter has a plug on the end of the cable. The plug plugs into a DC Power Jack on the laptop.

The DC Power Jack is bad.

2a) The DC Power Jack has a bad connection to the motherboard, (Cracked solder joints), and/or the jack itself is bad.

2b) Center Pin is loose in the jack's mount.
The back of the Center Pin where it mounts has become loose.

2c) The plastic body of the jack, which composes the jack's case, is cracked. This allows movement of the Center Pin.

2b, and 2c cause a bad connection with the AC adapter plug.

No charge to the Battery, no power to the laptop.

http://www.laptopjacks.com/view_part/For-Gateway-MX6920-DC-Power-Jack-GW51425.html

[ If this is the case the DC Power Jack needs to be resoldered to the motherboard. The cracked solder joints need to be re-melted, (Reflowed)
Entire laptop needs to be disassembled down to the bare motherboard in your hand.
(No Processor, Ram Memory, or any adapter cards mounted to the motherboard. Nada)

OR,
The DC Power jack needs to be replaced.
This entails disassembling the entire laptop, down to just the motherboard in your hand. (Same as above)

The old DC Power Jack is de-soldered, and a new one soldered in place.

Very FEW computer repair shops have the necessary skill level.
They just want to replace the entire motherboard.
IF one is available.
More Ka-Ching for them also. ]

3) The AC adapter is bad.
Not providing power to the laptop, to charge the Battery, nor give power to the laptop without the Battery.

AC adapter cord from adapter to plug, which plugs into the laptop, (DC Power Jack), may have a break in it.

May be an intermittent contact provided by wiggling the cord.
If this is the case the wires have stretched, and broken.
Wiggling causes the wires to briefly touch, and make contact.

Where this cord meets the plug itself. A lot of times there is a break in the wires in this area.

Solution is to replace the AC adapter. There are universal AC adapters you can buy, or perhaps Gateway still has some for sale.
(Ka-Ching)

Oct 21, 2010 | Gateway MX6920 Notebook

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Access to solder joint Gateway MX6440


Hello. I have seen this happen with all models of laptops. Too bad Apple has a patent on that magnetic power cord they use...

You can find all of the service and user manuals for your Gateway laptop here...

http://support.gateway.com/support/manlib/Notebooks/notebook.shtml

Good luck!

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The left hinge on my MX6436 gateway laptop is cracked. How can I fix it?It is split from the screw in the back out to one side and making it difficult to open and close.


If you have to ask "HOW" to disassemble your laptop, in order to remove and replace the hinge, then STOP, and take the computer to a qualified technician, who can safely make the repair.

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Intermittent dc jack connection for Gateway mx3215


Here is how to disassemble Gateway laptop,

Here is replacement DC socket (needs soldering),

Here is DC board (no need soldering, but expensive).

Hope this helps.

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No power


Yes they can and also the power jack may be bad.

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Power Cord Slot Repair for a Gateway ML6230


First Of All.... STOP WIGGLING IT!!!!!!!!

WHat Your Doing is Shorting Out The DC JAck And Causing Further Damage Every Time You Wiggle It For A Connection....
Which Could End Up Ruining Your Motherboard....

Your Problem Is The DC Jack You Need To Have Yours Replaced... THis Involves Complete Disassembly Of the Laptop Down To The Motherboard, Then The Old-Bad DC Jack Needs To Be Desoldered and removed and a new one Soldered Into Place....


http://www.ifixlaptops.com

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Gateway mt6707


This link shows you step by step with PICTURES and awesome instructions how to completely disassemble and repair keyboard, motherboard, dc power jack and more.
There are links within the instructions for other repairs.

AWESOME site and AWESOME instructions!!!!

http://www.insidemylaptop.com/take-apart-gateway-nx570x-laptop-disassembly-guide/

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Need instructions, diagrams, etc. to replace power jack for Gateway M305CRV Notebook. Thanks, Bob


You better not break your head you can fix it without any soldering check this out!
http://www.bztechservices.com/dcpowerjack.htm
DC Power Jack P/N: BZ99301.17 is the model that suits your machine...

Oct 14, 2007 | Gateway M305CRV Notebook

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