التيجاني محمد: 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.
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
robertson Patrickson: what is wattage for soldering iron?
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)
Ethan Pees: what is that copper pice for
larry bahr: Thank you. This video was very helpful!
italiano red: he man thank u finally i was able to re solder a solder break you help
alot tx u saved my money
Ash Holly: What are all the items needed for this?
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
Eduardo Steiner: Video is awesome but you should add audio
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.,
шероз мирзаев: That's awesome!
Paul Winston: Perfect. Just repaired my ASUS K53e using your video. The lead on the back
of the power was broken and I had to replace the unit. Your video led me
through the process and the all worked well after reassambly. Instead of a
braided copper wire to draw the solder out of the connections, I used a
solder sucker iron which worked quite well to remove the old solder.
Royal Pain: the dc jack on my samsung np 300 e7a-04 wont even solder. it's like they
nailed it on the motherboard. I used a 30w soldering device but it didn't
even budge. Does some1 know what I'm doing wrong?
Andrew Wagner: That speaker cable is not easy to remove! I had to take a break and come
back to it! But, I finally got it out in one piece!
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Aaron Davis: Thanks a bunch for the guide!
Alan Wolff: Replaced Power jack now won't start up with dc adapter. Will start up with
battery from previous charge. However, when I do plug in adapter it won't
charge. Any ideas?
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'
Clychawn Wilson: Hey there i have a Asus A52F laptop... it wont turn on at all. no charge
light nothing... the charger is alright and the charger put is ok cause i
tested it and it has a low resistance ready and continuity, what do you
think is the problem?
Andrew Wagner: I am currently repairing the some model, and my 45 watt Craftsman soldering
iron can't melt the solder off and let the wick absorb it before it
hardens. Would 45 watts not be enough? I can't figure this out! Thanks for
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Clychawn Wilson: There is resistance on the center pin. It just wouldn't turn on. 0.02 ohms
and climbing slowing.. I'm an electrician I know about the resistance
Cuandoman: What solder is used? I assume it would be lead free? Possibly 96% Sn, 3.5%
Ag, 0.5% Cu ?? I'm not familiar with commercial electronics.
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Bradley Daniel Gray: what are the parts you need to remove the solder?
Nicolas Uribe: Thanks just did this but forgot to connect the audio :(
SailorX009: Hi. Nice video. May I ask you something? If I want to remove the cooler of
this notebook, I Have to remove the keyboard and the Hard Drive too?
Deo Laoang: how mush is it to re-solder the pin behind power jack socket so it charges
properly? i got the k53e series
SJP1504: a tip from who soldering is a daily job. Instead of trying to remove the
tin, try adding it keeping it hot and fluid and from the other side remove
the remaining particals. When removed, then use the desoldering wick to
remove the exces tin.
ed liang: whats the copper wire for?
Isaiah Goodridge: Hey. I have a k53e bbr4 laptop that needs a dc jack repair/ replacement.
You guys seem to have multiple websites/ contact info so I don't know which
website pal e my order on. Which one do I use? Thanks
AndyHardware: Soldered for the first time this past week. Just a simple splice into a
broken wire harness on my van. New jack is on order for my Asus laptop this
video helps me a ton thanks! Little nervous, but not paying $200 for
someone else to do this. Laptop can't work any less right? :-)
nyeguitarist: I was trying to do this with a 15 watt iron... I know your struggle.
However I bought a 45 watt iron and it did the job. Maybe try some flux or
rubbing alcohol on the joint to clean it? 30 should do the job
Malsvirikk: Where did you get the desoldering wick?
Katie Howerton: can you give step by step directions because i can't get the microphone
cord detached from my motherboard
TaifALKhayal JL: thank's this is my LapTop
James Knowles: im doing this now, well tried to lol i reccomend a soldering iron with a
smallish tip small enough to fit between your fan and jack without burning
the fan up, also i bought a solder sucker pen and I DO NOT reccomend it,
use the SOLDER WICK also cold braided copper wire or solder mop since most
sucker pens just dont cut the tight space.
Josh Sittler: How powerful is your iron.. I couldn't do it with a 30 watt iron.
Metalneck: That's a desoldering wick, used to pull the old solder away from the jack
Power Jack Repair: all of them have the same info and same payment methods. use either one.
Power Jack Repair: it is not $200, we usually we charge $100 total for everything.
AndyHardware: Not saying your company. The quote I received to have it done at a local
shop was $235.
jordaine Nembhard: mine was fixed already and guess what it happened again port problems again
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