Re: How do I get into my Easynote R4650 to change power...
check if ur input socket is moving , i mean a bit loose. if so then u got problem with ur DC power jack of ur Laptop. u have to get it fixed. if it seems fine then there should be problem with ur power cable of ur adapter. get it checked for short circuit.
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Depends on your connection. If it's a red, blue and yellow. Check the yellow and make sure it in the right spot. Give the wire little wiggle at both ends. Check for a short. Also. Check that you have them in the inputs. You'll be surprised on how often that little mistake happen even to the best of us. (Outputs to inputs and inputs to outputs) lol. This work with composite too. Now if its an hdmi connection. Try giving the connection little wiggle. It might be getting a bad contact. Or if you repeatedly disconnect you could of worn-out the connection and/or cable. Oh if rca can also get worn-out to.
Turn on the TV again. You need to change the input from RGB back to cable or HDMI or Component or whatever input you have a source for. If you don't know which one, look at the back of the TV and the wires you've got plugged into it.
If it's 1 round coaxial cable, change the input to Cable.
If it's three wires (red, white, and yellow) change the input to A/V.
If it's 5 multicolored wires, change the input to Component.
If it's an HDMI cable, change input to HDMI.
If you cannot change the input before the TV turns itself off, try unplugging the TV from the wall socket for about 10 seconds, and then plugging it back in. If its still on RGB, you're going to have to either find a way to get faster at switching inputs, or find an RGB cable and something to connect it to your TV. This is a last resort however.
Seems that either the power socket in the laptop has a loose connection, or the battery terminals are not having good contact with the metal prongs connecting it to the laptop charging circuitry. A quick check to see if the power socket has a loose connection is to remove the battery & power the laptop only from the adapter. If the laptop works from the adapter without having to be wiggled, then the problem is not with the power socket. Instead, it is the battery contacts. Try to clean the contacts using a non-oily contact cleaner & see if this resolves the problem.
You really have to completely remove the motherboard from the case to do this. If you cannot find the exact replacement jack (not called socket in parts catalogues) you can just run the wires out of the case to whatever jack that will accomodate your adaptor. If you do not have the remove/replace procedures and still want to tackle this then make sure that you keep track of where EACH screw goes as they do vary in size/threads and pay careful attention to the ribbon connectors that connect to the keyboard, display and touchpad. The bottom of the laptop has little icons that relate to what the screw releases (like a keyboard icon) and even the screw designations molded into the bottom case. If this is a maiden voyage into laptop repair then research or you will learn the hard way. An ESD strap is essential here and all drives/battery/PC modules removed. Good luck. ~Steve