Question about Toshiba P25-S670 Notebook
I am realizing my power button has a week connection, how can I fix it?
Often power buttons are the first among the so many buttons to fail. This is due to its constant usage compared to the others. In most instances, the fault could be a dirty/corroded contacts. What could be done is to remove the panel/cover of the laptop to expose the power button. Thereafter a careful spray of electronic contact cleaner should be enough to clean the contacts. if your particular switch is covered with a plastic/membrane, it may be necessary to find the edge of the said membrane to lift it off and spray thereafter. As added precaution, you may want to cover the LCD display panel and the keyboard (and other portions) with a paper towel or cloth to prevent the contact cleaner spray reaching them.
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