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Hp zd8000 power jack replacement


you helped me greatly by supplying manual for zd8000.

i need to locate a replacement power jack\recepticle for the comp. the manual showed how to split case but was no help in the replacement power jack\recepticle module.

is there any more info on that specific subject?

where is a good source of replacement parts for the hp zd8000?

thanx again,

steve j.

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for purchase of power jack
will try to get more info on procedure

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Find the compatible Power Jack for your ZD8000 Notebook available for order from the link below :

Make sure that you get the Power Jack replaced by a well experienced technician.

Hope this helps...

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