02-15-2010 09:14 AM
My charging port has become a little loose. I was wondering if there was a way to fix it without soldering. It's still working just fine, I was just hoping to find a simpler way to tighten it before it does break. How much to fix in a shop?
Is there any kind of parts break down available for HP laptops?
I read a thread below stating that is isn't part of the warranty, and know if it gets worse I will not be able to charge the battery.
Thanks for any insight.
02-15-2010 09:20 AM - edited 02-15-2010 09:23 AM
The warranty does not cover problems with the power pin port. There is nothing you can do to tighten it up short of soldering and you never reuse the old module....always get a new one. The price for the repair has stabilized on the internet and in shops that can do it (which are few and far between) at $100-150 US. HP does not do or even acknowledge that this repair exists. If you send it to HP you would get a new motherboard. I encourage you to live with it until the battery stops charging, which is when the problem must be repaired.
Service Manuals for all HP laptops are posted here and they all have an exploded diagram and parts list, but the power pin module is not a separate numbered HP part; you buy them from the Internet/eBay. If I knew your model number I could link you right to the Manual.
02-16-2010 02:10 AM
Thanks Huffer for the reply. The power port is a different post by someone else on the forums, it's not me.
My screen/display is loose on the hinges, I want to find out how to repair the issued.
02-16-2010 08:04 AM
First of all please post what model laptop it is that has the loose d/c jack. The d/c jack is not always on the system board itself but is a power a harness that you can replace. So if you can post the model of laptop then i can tell you exactly what part you will need. Like all the dv2000/v3000, dv6000,v6000, dv9000, dv2-, 3-, cq50, g60, dv5-, dv7- well to get my point across most newer say 2006 on up to laptops all have cables you replace to fix the d/c jack.
02-17-2010 07:02 PM
I have an hpdv2000 my old Dell had the same issue and they wanted $500 for a new motherboard.....it eventually crashed but HP is just as bad,,,what plug would i need to fix mine.
02-17-2010 10:09 PM
the part number for the d/c jack is and you can get it from the hp partstore. no the service guide for this unit can be downloaded from hp also. http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c01035657.pdf
430462-001 In stock
DC power cable (discrete) - $49.40
04-17-2010 05:42 PM
Hi i saw the post about the loose charging port my hp dv7 has developed this problem and is no longer charging the batttery please tell me there is an esasy fix and where to go to purchase the part i have friends that can fix it if we know that the part exists where to go to get it and the skematics for the repair
04-25-2010 11:37 AM
i have a g71 345 cl laptop
it was purchased on black friday at sams club and was given to my daughter as a Christmas present - so it has been in use for roughly 4 months - the power jack - where the charger cable plugs in is very loose and does not work about half the time -my questions are - is there a replacement part for this - would it be covered under warranty - would it be something i could fix by myself (with replacement part)
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am using an hp 6735s and the charging port is not working, i checked the charging port its not supplying to the mother board what can i do or how do i fix it i want to know if the problem if from the port or from the board.....
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