How to maintenance broken DC electric power jack in a notebook pc

How to maintenance broken DC electric power jack in a notebook pc

This guideline clarifies how to maintenance the broken DC electric power jack in a notebook pc. You can use this guideline for resoldering or replacing the electric power jack.
The total maintenance guideline posted right here: http://www.laptoprepair101.com/dc-electric power-jack-maintenance-guideline/

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  1. Angel Torres
    Angel Torres 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    Its that what breaks when i plug in the charger and it makes a spark and it doesn't
     turn on?

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  2. Melvin Jasper
    Melvin Jasper 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    thnks … but whats that 99% alcohol????

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  3. RebirthEterna L
    RebirthEterna L 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    Thank you for this video. If I get this and this alone (along with buying a new dc power jack of course) will I have everything I need to replace my dc power jack on my laptop?

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-9-in-1-Electric-Solder-Tool-Kit-Set-With-Iron-Stand-Desolder-Pump-220V-60W-/371132257203?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item566934d3b3

    Thanks

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  4. Spurioushamster
    Spurioushamster 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    That's some sexy soldering right there. Good work

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  5. bruno bastos
    bruno bastos 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    Is this related with the power button that won't turn on even the battery still work on?

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  6. MARCELLINO GUARNERO
    MARCELLINO GUARNERO 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    newer laptop no longer have power jack made on to the motherboard. they are removeable power cables. 🙂

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  7. Lindsay Davies-White
    Lindsay Davies-White 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    The DC jack probably needs resoldering, I had the same problem up to the point where I just couldn't charge at all.

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  8. zizhericles
    zizhericles 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    you dirty mind girl!

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  9. zizhericles
    zizhericles 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    23 people burned their entire house.

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  10. iluuvcookies
    iluuvcookies 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    hey, me too!

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  11. johngoat13
    johngoat13 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    Very nice and straight to the point video

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  12. TheKingGlitchersHD
    TheKingGlitchersHD 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    It isnt lose because i took the whole computer apart and put it backtogether and the sother was good on it i thank it is cause the computer is old and filed with trash and dust in the jack it self.

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  13. James Mole
    James Mole 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    That my good sir is called a loose power-jack.

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  14. Noodlelino28
    Noodlelino28 3 February, 2016, 19:18
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    Noodlelino28 3 February, 2016, 19:18
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    Noodlelino28 3 February, 2016, 19:18
  17. Cherry Augustine
    Cherry Augustine 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    My Sony's power jack seems faulty. As I have a universal adaptor can I replace the original 6.0×4.4 with a 5.5×2.5 without blowing the circuit?

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  18. TheKingGlitchersHD
    TheKingGlitchersHD 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    Hey my computer only charges if i put the ac adapter in a certain place and wiggle it around

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  19. timmur3112
    timmur3112 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    Can anyone help me with an advice?
    I have the pin inside the dc jack broken and half of it stuck in the power cord. After trying to pull it out I completely pushed it all the way down into the cord. Now when I've got a new dc jack, I'm afraid that the broken pin remaining in the cord may cause problems, because it will be touching both, the new dc jack pin and the bottom of the power cord.

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  20. Steve Deacy
    Steve Deacy 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    the broken tip of the AC adapter unit is stuck in the power jack on the motherboard. I've tried repeatedly to pry it out with no success. It talked about replacing the power jack. I haven't the skill or the equipment to diy; how much would, say the nerd squad would charge to replace it? And how much would you charge. I just installed new Windows on it and it's a real bummer I can't solve a stupid problem I created. Have pity on a poor old man who has CRS.

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  21. VanColdman
    VanColdman 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    Nevermind that, I assumed the pin had broken, but the soldering just got loose.
    After resoldering, everything works perfectly again, only I ended up with yet more "spare" screws during reassembly.

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  22. VanColdman
    VanColdman 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    And let's not forget that having it repaired costs at least ten times as much

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  23. VanColdman
    VanColdman 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    I went to a nearby multimedia store, they ordered the part for me, and it worked for a few months, but be careful, the one they sold me had a pin that was a bit too short.
    Well, it's seriously acting up again now, so I'm going to try a slightly less conventional solution by using electrical wire to somewhat bridge the pin and socket.
    This should allow for some more flexibility.

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  24. MasterGeneralRyan
    MasterGeneralRyan 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    Where can i find a port for an Asus A73E XC-1? I cant find a port on sale :/

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  25. ResistCircuitResist
    ResistCircuitResist 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    Rear pin is a cold solder joint.

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  26. Tanner Legasse
    Tanner Legasse 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    It's usually the case that a lot of components have to be removed. Like heat sinks, hard drive, speakers, battery, even network cards sometimes. It's worth it tho, nobody wants a broken laptop.

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  27. AurielAlpha
    AurielAlpha 3 February, 2016, 19:18

    Thank you, great video. You may want to advise viewers to ground them selves using a grounding bracelet before touching the mother board to avoid damaging any of it's components.

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