Laptop DC Jack Repair/Replacement (How to De-solder/Solder New Plug)

Laptop DC Jack Repair/Replacement (How to De-solder/Solder New Plug)

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This video demonstrates how to remove the old broken power plug from the main board and solder a new dc jack on. Tools used and some tips and tricks.

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  1. mrcrdrgznrb
    mrcrdrgznrb 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    good video. thanks.

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  2. J. Lietka
    J. Lietka 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    Does it help during the de-solder (removing) process to add some extra flux to the braided wick and/or to the solder points?🤔 Thanks & great tutorial. Is it a good idea to lightly wipe the contacts with the flux cleaner or IPA before mounting? Have a Lenovo laptop with the power plug broken off in the DC jack. I also subbed. Also want to put some kapton tape around the sensitive areas close to the port. Thanks 🤓

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  3. Brian Nolan
    Brian Nolan 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    Thanks! I'll be trying it myself soon. Lenovo doesn't want to cover my warranty for their crappy DC jack they put in their legion y540 laptop and when they sent me over to geek squad of course they say its physical damage but they want to replace the whole motherboard. I confirmed it was just the DC jack that is broken too. Try quoting me $440! I might be contacting you instead cause i'll prolly F this shit up

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  4. Daniel Tkachenko
    Daniel Tkachenko 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    i replaced mine then when i plugged in the charger it went on fire

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  5. Tihe
    Tihe 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    Leaded solder is toxic use gloves and fume extractor.

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  6. Sql_ IT_Tech
    Sql_ IT_Tech 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    Great video, that's what I'm looking for, thanks

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  7. pha yakoot
    pha yakoot 9 January, 2022, 13:05
  8. Legal Tyranny
    Legal Tyranny 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    What type of soldering tool are you using? It looks like it has a flat circular tip, as if it's specially made for this. Got a link?

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  9. Rab Arber
    Rab Arber 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    Fantastic video! Next time go for audio guidance.

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  10. AdrianM
    AdrianM 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    ive tried wick even covered in flux and it wont suck the solder out. even with the iron on max. so so strange.

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  11. Karen Gierke
    Karen Gierke 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    way too fast

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  12. Bill Barret
    Bill Barret 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    What wattage is best

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  13. David Rojas
    David Rojas 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    Highly underrated video on YouTube. Awesome job, sir.

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  14. J
    J 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    very helpful

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  15. WM SE
    WM SE 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    My computer does not turn on as I can know that this is the one that is damaged

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  16. Nano
    Nano 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    hows it going everyone.. can anyone tell me where i can find a website where they sell DC jacks for laptops?

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  17. Marius M
    Marius M 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    wow… I am working on the exact same board out of an UX31A

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  18. Joseph S
    Joseph S 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    I'm using an Aoyue 469, RadioShack 60/40 solder, and RadioShack desoldering braid, and I can't get the DC jack solder on my Gateway M-6750 to come completely out. What could I be doing wrong? I'm thinking of just upgrading to a Hakko FX-888D.

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  19. Mike F
    Mike F 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    I'm just starting out soldering and I was trying to solder an old laptop and once I soldered on the new port it started to spark when I plugged it in any ideas to what I have done wrong?

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  20. Mr Adzz
    Mr Adzz 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    Could the desoldering be done with a 25w iron? or needs to be higher tempreture to desolder the factory solder?

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  21. Jim Tepin
    Jim Tepin 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    Very nice video. I wish I would have seen it years ago having tossed various electronics away with similar problems. Do you remember what tip you used to replace the original?

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  22. Philippe Heer
    Philippe Heer 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    Nice video. The temperature is 700degrees Fahreheit?

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  23. nick55durkee
    nick55durkee 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    Thank you for making this video. Theres a lot of great information in here.

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  24. Adam Moffett
    Adam Moffett 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    I performed this repair successfully, but now my screen flickers. In your opinion, is this a result of a poor soldering job (not all pins being conducted properly) or could this be a result of soldering points touching each other?

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  25. kevswick
    kevswick 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    Thanks for this!

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  26. Ava van Blythe
    Ava van Blythe 9 January, 2022, 13:05

    A couple questions: First, is the iso wipe fully necessary? I've read good and bad things with using iso alc on pc parts. Second, did you use any of the flux pen at all? You mention it as a tool at the beginning, but I never saw it in use.

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