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Sony Vaio M Series netbook with a damaged power jack – the video.
Sony Vaio VPCM12M1E (PCG-21313M) netbook – damaged power jack replacement. Its center pin’s plastic was broken. The netbook was not charging, due to a bad contact with the adapter.
The video is above, the post and all the photos – here (for reference and part numbers).
Sony Vaio VPCM12M1E netbook – broken power jack replacement.
Recently a Sony Vaio M Series netbook was brought to us, with a damaged power jack. Its center pin’s plastic was broken – the machine was charging from time to time, due to a bad contact with the adapter.
Toshiba Satellite L500-1D9 notebook with a power jack problem – the video.
This Toshiba Satellite L500-1D9 (PSLS3E-01R00LGE) was brought to us with a problematic power jack.
You can find the post – here, and the video - above.
Toshiba Satellite L500-1D9 notebook with a power jack problem.
Recently, we had a Toshiba Satellite L500-1D9 with an interesting problem. The notebook was not charging and switching on, due to a problematic power jack. Its center pin was pushed back inside the notebook, therefore it was not making contact at all.
Dell Studio Hybrid 140g with a power up problem – the video.
When the PC is switched on its power light flashes for a second and then it does not power up.
It eventually came out that the user broke and damaged one of the rear USB ports.
Check out the post – here. The video is above.
HP Compaq 6735s notebook dirty fan and heat sink clean up – photos.
This Compaq 6735s notebook was brought to us for service. The machine has not been cleaned up (internally) from the time it was purchased. Also, the owner was using a dual-fan cooling pad, which from one side has the ability to lower temperatures, but from another – drives more dust and dirt inside the notebook cooling system.
Sony Vaio VGN-FW41E notebook, which does not boot due to faulty keyboard – the video.
The user spilt a glass of wine on top of the keyboard and after disconnecting the battery he dried it with a hairdryer. The notebook appeared to be working.