ggin nj: OK. My power jack actually snapped off the motherboard. Question for you, are all four of the side pins just ground? What is left on the motherboard is where the positive pin was soldered, and 2 specs of board tracing on each side of the back side pins. The front side pins are still connected to the front side pins are still connected to the snapped board. If I take a barrell plug and just hook positive to the where positive of the jack hooked up, and hook negative to any ground spot on the motherboard - will that work? The laptop works fine, just once this battery dies, it won't get recharged till I can get power to the board
pinoy vendetta: watts of the soldering iron? I got 40 watts but the jack's feet wont take off
Amardeep Kamble: Hi, thanks for the video. Nicely elaborated, I have question regarding the DC port. My port looks OK no cracks or damage on it but still it doesn't charge when connected by charger !!! I have to push it hard and then only the charging led glows !!! What can be the possible cause and how should I tackle it ?? Thanks in advance...
asakapa0003: So i bought this dc jack output for my asus laptop coz the ac adapter wont charge the laptop the green light on it craps off everytime i plug it in the dc port.. Could the dc port be the problem?
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Gam3rPr0 89: I have that Latop im taking it apart as well so good video who ever done this
sara Martins: hi. i did all like you did on the video but the image on the screen is white, is there any way so solve this?
Thomas H: What chance is it that noting but the soldering is broken or just lost contact? Is it any point to just try to re-solder the old plug back on, if I dont have a new one?
Wiesław Orłowski: The best for this is Hakko fr 300
DEMYSAEL: I have an Asus laptop model number x54c-bbk15 and here's the issue my laptop randomly didn't want to take charge. this happened about 7 months ago. but if I put the right kind of pressure it does still charge. I'd had to add more and more pressure pushing it in. and or moving it to a certain position. at times if I lean it on its charging port and try charging it and add weight it will take charge. until something moves it or bumps into it. I'm guessing it's the charging port but if you could get back to me asap I'd love to hear from Ya. I'm gonna copy and paste this message to more recent videos hopefully to get your assistance.
Sierra Gormsen: I have a K53E style and I bought a 4pin style (DC30100FJ00C) DC Power Jack Cable Harness and was told that it is a simple plugin. I do not see a place to plug it in. The thin part of the motherboard between the fan and the charging port has snapped off, making a standard solder style impossible. Is this repairable? I am more than willing to send the mobo and the new jack to you if you can make this work. I have the part that snapped off. My ex attempted repair, not knowing what they they were doing in an attempt to hide the problem from me. This laptop is for my work.
Lucas Egidio: Thank you very much for this video! It saved me 100$
Tory Mesmer: The best way to repair this problem is to solder a flexible wire where the socket breaks. I put two new sockets in my laptop. One installed by professional. The second socket installed by me. I then tried building up the broken socket with solder. None of these fixes worked because the mother board flexes two much. Each repair failed within a couple months. After soldering a small flexible wire in place the problem is solved. It has been 2 years since this last repair with no problems. Hope this helps someone else.
soyrequetecabron: a lo bruto quitando el power jack, con la fuerza que estabas haciendo con las pinsas pudiste haber dañado la motherboard, para soldar si eres bueno, pero para quitar las piezas no, te recomiendo una pistola de calor para quitar las piezas, claro que debes de proteger las piezas de plastico antes de usar la pistola
HeartlessBramble: any tips on how not to get the other parts on my computer burned by the solderer?
YoFavRussian: How do you get the ribbons out
Razor_ Blaze7: I changed the port but the laptop isn't charging any tips?
John Hindess: Good video, getting the old jack out was solved by first removing the processor and fan and then using a hot air gun. Be careful to mask and protect the surrounding LAN connector etc. with metal foil and heat sinks though. The old jack just dropped out.
robertson Patrickson: what is wattage for soldering iron?
Ethan P: what is that copper pice for
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