ASUS Laptop K53SV / X53S Energy (DC) Connector Mend, Disassemble / Assemble Swift Demonstration

ASUS Laptop K53SV / X53S Energy (DC) Connector Mend, Disassemble / Assemble Swift Demonstration

ASUS Laptop K53SV / X53S Energy Jack Mend, Disassemble / Assemble Swift Demonstration.

Obtain Component From : http://www.amazon.com/gp/product or service/B00DHDG470/ref=oh_information_o03_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=one

Component : 2.5mm central pin

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  1. yaren demir
    yaren demir 21 July, 2016, 11:17

    this is not a power connector repair video!! fake title..

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  2. canhhoaluulac
    canhhoaluulac 21 July, 2016, 11:17

    Awesome Disassemble video. Thanks.

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  3. Henrik Andersson
    Henrik Andersson 21 July, 2016, 11:17

    Very good guide. It helped me alot although it was somewhat hard to see the details and reassemly wasn't complete. But with reversing the playback, it was solved. However i'm not holding two screws in my hand that i haven't got at clue to where they should be… lol But the computer works like a charm now.

    Thanks!

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  4. Ole Martin Knutsen
    Ole Martin Knutsen 21 July, 2016, 11:17

    Thanks a lot! I havent tried it yet though, because amazon won't ship the item listed to my country. I found a similar one on ebay, but I'm not quite sure if it will fit. The models supported are: ASUS X52J X53E X53S X54 X54H Silver.
    Is X53s the same as the K53sv?
    Would appreciate if you could be able to point me in the right direction. 

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  5. onpsxmember
    onpsxmember 21 July, 2016, 11:17

    if you try to get the old DC-Jack out…here is a tip…first remove the heatsink (all in all 7 screws) 6:28 and the lock mechanism on the processor (look at the lock-symbols)

    cut off the fifth pin on the side facing inside the board.
    Keep the soldering iron at around 330°C (a good soldering station is worth the money) and preheat one pin and add a good amount of tin-solder (repeat at all 4 pins)
    The added tin-solder keeps fluid for a bit longer, this makes it possible to keep the tin-solder fluid at two pins at the same time and pull it out step by step with tiny pliers

    clean the holes with a vacuum plunger (german: Entlötpumpe)
    makes it easier to get the spare part in

    DON'T Forget to lock the heatsink to the processor!
    Or you have to disassemble it again!

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  6. )-(yphen
    )-(yphen 21 July, 2016, 11:17

    Thank you, your tutorial helped me a lot 🙂 .

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