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Notebook is not powering up

Hello my power code was loose and would slip out of the socket occasionally and now the batter wont work and I am unable to power up the lab top. I purchased a new battery but that did not get it to power up. So at this point I have a dead notebook on my hands.

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You have a fairly common failure of teh power plug on the motherboard. You can get a replacement for less than $100and have it installed locally for about the same price if you are not comfortable doing it yourself.

Motherboards are available here:

http://search.ebay.com/search/search.dll?from=R40&_trksid=m37&satitle=evo+n610c+motherboard&category0=

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