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Hey, its kinda tricky if you aint done it before, go onto google and search for your laptop model dc jack, they usually cost about £5 including postage, then you need to dismantle the entire laptop, remembering where each part goes back into, once you get the motherboard removed you need to unsoldier the old dc jack, and put in new one and resoldier it.
will take you about 1-2hrs in total, or should cost you about £55 for a shop to do it.
we do alot of them, but if you aint done this before it can be very tricky..
Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
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