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Broken power jack joybook 8100

What type of power jack do I need to replace the broken one

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  • valdana007 Jan 24, 2008

    thanks,did it and got it from ebay,but....center pin is 1.6mm and from what I understand now it should be 2.5mm.this time I need to be sure i order the right type

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Type in your model on ebay ok with power jack after they will come right up tons 7 bucks its a fun job too very tricky

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