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Wanted Laptop Spares Packard Bell "easynote" £1.00

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Daughter has managed to break/snap the component inside the laptop the bit the power supply goes into does anyone have a spare bit lying around as hubby is trying to glue a plastic bit back together. …
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months agoFeedback:173 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Daughter has managed to break/snap the component inside the laptop the bit the power supply goes into does anyone have a spare bit lying around as hubby is trying to glue a plastic bit back together. :-(


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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months agoFeedback:173 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
good luck this dc input is normally part of the mobo :(
#2
mattmerch
good luck this dc input is normally part of the mobo :(


not on this model, only on a wire so quite lucky there if we manage to get the part.

Model Number :
MZ36-T015
#3
Try here. Not sure they do it but got acer ones before.

http://www.laptopsockets.co.uk/new_jack_range.htm
#4
they sell the jacks on e*bay
#5
I was given a Packard Bell Easynote E2560 [Model MIT-LYN02] last year with the same problem . I bought the power socket , which is soldered to the motherboard incidently , from ebay for about a fiver shipped from The Isle of Man .The company did a fitting service for £50 plus posting costs .I did the job myself but it's a hell of a job . Not for the faint hearted , theres tons of screws and lots to take a out of the case , CD drive ,HDD , Keyboard etc . De-soldering was easy , as was re-soldering the new socket , BUT I came a cropper with the microswitch on the mobo that switches the monitor off when you close the lid . It is really tiny with 1 black plastic pin sticking out and I snapped it off when putting it all together .I removed it and using pointed nose pliers closed the contacts within the switch to close the circuit . It works fine now and I still use the laptop but if I close the lid the screen is still on .................no big deal though . So ,be warned if attempting the job yourself , take note of all the "Booby Traps " which can render you laptop useless.
#6
ricko
I was given a Packard Bell Easynote E2560 [Model MIT-LYN02] last year with the same problem . I bought the power socket , which is soldered to the motherboard incidently , from ebay for about a fiver shipped from The Isle of Man .The company did a fitting service for £50 plus posting costs .I did the job myself but it's a hell of a job . Not for the faint hearted , theres tons of screws and lots to take a out of the case , CD drive ,HDD , Keyboard etc . De-soldering was easy , as was re-soldering the new socket , BUT I came a cropper with the microswitch on the mobo that switches the monitor off when you close the lid . It is really tiny with 1 black plastic pin sticking out and I snapped it off when putting it all together .I removed it and using pointed nose pliers closed the contacts within the switch to close the circuit . It works fine now and I still use the laptop but if I close the lid the screen is still on .................no big deal though . So ,be warned if attempting the job yourself , take note of all the "Booby Traps " which can render you laptop useless.



Thanks for that, will tell hubby to watch out.

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