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Loose power port

The power port is very loose and if I giggle it I can get power but its a pain and its started to make a bad sizzle sound, so is there any other way to power up my Averatec 6200 series (AV6210x61-01)? I like this laptop and I could have the port fixed but is it worth it cuz it kinda old? What does something like that cost, if you don't mind my asking????

Any help would great, as long as you don't suggest I take it apart myself. hahahaha Thanks PennySue

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Change the cord first if this does not solve the problem remove connector and bypass with a power cord.

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