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J4ckCrash7
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Ethernet port won't go back into place on HP EliteBook 820 G3

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HP EliteBook 820 G3
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My Ethernet port was going into place fine before this. But when I plugged it into a Vodafone LAN/WAN port trying to plug it into a port... When I unplugged it, it wouldn't go back unless I pushed it back into place. (This problem has occurred on the inbuilt port, not the port on my HP 2013 Ultraslim docking station.)

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@J4ckCrash7 

 

It has a "door", you can gently push the "door" down to plug cable to NIC port.

 

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@J4ckCrash7 

 

It has a "door", you can gently push the "door" down to plug cable to NIC port.

 

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BH
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I would like a solution so that it would just go back into place by itself, NOT by just saying "Just use it how it is".

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