Charger pin which you connect to laptop socket gets heated.
The charger PIN where you insert into the socket of the laptop gets heated heavily. I have a Sony vaio laptop. I thought that the charger is the problem then bought another charger with same specifications and tried but still the problem is the same. The pin gets heated and feels like it will melt.
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which end feels loose, the dc socket on the tablet or the mains (240volts) end (three pin plug?).
If the mains end, you need you need to get a new charger, it is dangerous to continue using it.
If it is the dc socket end, there is not a lot you can do about it, as it is solder to the mainboard, unless you can unsolder it and insert a new one.
Have you thought about gluing the dc side into place, so it cannot move?
what do you mean by concert, Do you mean connect? If you do then you will need a 15 pin to 15 pin vga lead. Connect it to the 15 pin socket on the laptop, connect the other end to the tv's 15 pin socket if it has one. Then select PC on the tv's input source menu using the tv remote. Switch on the laptop and it should display on the tv.
Please remove and clean the Battery terminals of the Notebook, make sure that the output pin of the AC Adapter is properly connected to the notebook. The fault might be either with the output pin of the AC Adapter or Input DC socket of the Notebook.
switch off the system and remove the processor heat sink and the processor clean them with a clean cloth now insert the processor in the socket then apply athin layer of heat sink compund to the processor and fix the heatsink tightly in the socket an drmove the memory card and clean with clean soft cloth and insert them and restart the computer if the problem still presists change the processor with any sutable for the socket and check if the problem still presits remove the f pin conector from the smps and switch on the computer if the processor fan is working properly then switch off the computer and recontct the four pin conector and switch on if the processor fan just initate then you have problem with motherboard
Hi. Its easy to identify the pins out. Put the probes into the socket on the scooter to read the polarity. the two terminals on opposite sides will be the positive and negative battery supply. The pin to one side is to disable the scooter when the charger is connected. This terminal is normally connected to negative when the charger socket is in place.
Most faults like this are caused by a broken wire in the charger plug orv by a faulty connection in the scooter. Sometimes the charger socket is faulty, check for heat damage or melted plastic.
Check the battery connectors. Good luck. Neil.
I believe the L35 uses what is considered a satellite power jack which means the actual jack is not soldered to the motherboard but uses a cable and plug, therefore is the easiest of the power jack repairs. The cable can be found on ebay for around 30 bucks or less. I usually charge 50 bucks for the labor plus the part, the laptop has to be disassembled to complete the repair. Below is a link for disassembly if you want to use it as a reference and perfrom the work yourself.....
Hi, I'm sorry to say that your initial fears are correct and the pin that the adapter connects to in the laptop is loose. This is a common problem with laptop's and can be easily dealt with. Now I'm not going to tell you to open the laptop up and de-solder the adapter (unless you want me to). Because this is a fiddly job and you have to order the correct adapter i recommend you take it to a reputable repair store and have them replace the adapter for you, don't let them tell you that you need a new motherboard as this is not the case at all, adapters can and do get regularly get fixed and is not that expensive.