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
Bramble Star1234: 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
魔剣ティジャ二: 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
italiano red: he man thank u finally i was able to re solder a solder break you help alot tx u saved my money
larry bahr: Thank you. This video was very helpful!
Chris Shula: I have a somewhat relevant question: This laptop I'm working with currently is fine when it comes to the power jack, but the motherboard temperature typically climbs to around 75 degrees Celsius! Now could this be a design flaw and relate to the bad power jacks, or do the wires just snap or something? Also, is it normal for these laptops to run this hot? I'd like to use this video to disassemble the laptop and do a dust clean but my inexperienced hands aren't ready for it unless the excessive heat is an unusual problem.
FrostBlueFire: I have the same laptop, and the power jack broke, now question, the link that you put in the description, is that the same power jack that was in this video? And will it definitely work if I were to buy and replace it? (Im very noobish when in comes to laptop and computer parts)
Eduardo Steiner: Video is awesome but you should add audio
Fernando Hidalgo: Thanks for the video, I just repaired mine. The only difference is that I did not change the plug. I saw that the connector at the back was cut by movement therefore I solded and I added a piece of cable to it to add more flexibility.
шероз мирзаев: That's awesome!
andrew loyd: This is the weakest link in the machine which is fine as long as you leave the 'laptop' on your desk without unplugging it. Mine actually blew smoke in the first two weeks which ASUS 'repaired'
J Bstar: Hi there what's the name of the tool you used to test the jack once soldered and was that just a cut off end of a charger you put in it to test it? Thank you
ventureelect: You are way to rough on that board. Good way to pull away a trace.,
Ash Holly: What are all the items needed for this?
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