Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
Hi,I have a dell latitude..
I am reattaching new jack plug to same-there are three wires from the charger,brown,blue and a bare wire to be reconnected-which of these is the data line and which is the ground?
This is an area a technician should repair,faults in other areas of your computer may occur if not carried out correctly,
Warrantees are definately void if you attempt this type of repair and kill your motherboard (costly replacements)without prior experience I would give it to the technicians,
Solder is solder but comon sense must also prevail first.
Technician repair $100nzd replace mother board $400nzd(approx)check out some prices yourself,you may be pleasantly supprised.
I am an Electrician and have serviced many laptops over the years,,
Your question which one is the data line?
None of them are data lines at all,they are power not data.
>>>>Power Kills,Instantly,Anyone & Without prejudice,
>>>>Please Be Extremely careful.
the colour codes you explain describe the voltage supply colours which are governed by standards worldwide,different colours for different countries.
In New Zealand the wiring codes for these colours are specific,Brown = Live , Blue = Neautral , Bare = Ground/Earth
Multimeter,Small screw driver, solder iron,solder
Assuming you dismantled this unit,
the same process of connection will apply but in reverse ,
put the connections back the way you found them,
just taking extra special care not to short any connections thru excess solder,testing should be with a multimeter,
condinuity first then voltage,
output voltage of the charger is printed on base or body
you can check output before connection to jack and input of new soldered part for consistancy of circuitry,
Leave on charge if alls well and enjoy.
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