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Power Jack Repair
$100 flat rate fee to replace a broken DC Power Jack on your DELL laptop computer includes (labor, new DC jack and shipping back to you). We guarantee the quality of our work by a 30 day money back guarantee . Our phone number is (847) 4591535 ask Eugene
If you would like us to replace a dc jack on your laptop
then please mail your laptop with a check made out to
Applicasoft to the address below, it will be repaired
and sent back to you the same day as it would be
received. Mailing address is:
710 MILL CIRCLE #107,
Wheeling, IL 60090
Below are the DELL laptop computers for which we always have a jack in stock, dell uses 3 proprietary jacks made by foxconn. These 3 types of jacks that we always have in stock ,can fit ANY dell laptop and all repairs are done the same day. Dell pictures could be found below.
Dell Inspiron: 1200 (pictures could be found below), 1200, 1300, 2000, 2200, B120, B130
Dell Inspiron: 1120, 2500, 2600, 2650, 3650, 3700, 3800, 4000, 4120, 4150, 5000, 5000E, 5120, 7500, 8000, 8120, 8200
Dell Inspiron 1150 (pictures could be found below)
Dell Inspiron: 3000, 3200, 3500, 7000
Dell Inspiron: 500M, 600M, 700M, E1505, 1150, 5150, 5160, 6000, 8500, 8600, 9120, 9200, 9300, 9400
Dell Latitude: 120L, D400, D410, D500, D505, D510, D520, D600, D610, D800, D810
Dell Latitude: 433M, 433MC, 433MCX, 450MC, 450MCX, 475C, 475D, 475MC, LX4120, LX4120D, LX4120T
Dell Latitude: C-Series, CP, CPi, CPiA, CPiD, CPiR, CPm, CPt, CPtC, CPtS, CPtV, CPx, CPxH, CPxJ, CS, CSR, CSX, X200, C400, C500, C510, C540, C600, C610, C640, C800, C805, C810, C840, C-Dock, C-Port, V700, V710, V740, Xpi 133ST, Xpi 75, Xpi CD, Xpi P120SD, XPi P133
Dell Precision Workstation: M20, M60
Dell Precision Workstation: M40, M50
Dell Smart Step: 200, 250
One of the most commond Dell laptops that we see is Inspiron 1200 same as 1200, 1300, 2000, B120 and B130 pictures could be found below.
Taking bottom cover off of inspiron 1200
A clearer picture of taking the monitor off, the keyboard off and the keyboard cover.
Taking the top cover off of dell inspiron 1200
The picture of the jack that is about to be replaced.
Clearer picture of a dell dc power jack that is about to be replaced.
Unsoldering an old jack out.
Old dc jack and the motherboard of dell inspiron 1200
Another pictuer of a dell dc power jack and the motherboard
Putting a brand new dc power jack onto a dell inspiron 1200 laptop.
We are not greedy people and putting as much solder as it will take since we don't want to repair this system twice.
A brand new dc power jack is looking good on the dell computer.
Another picture of a new dc power jack on dell inspiron 1200.
Below are some pictures of dell inspiron 1150.
top view of dell before dc jack is about to be replaced
A bad design in the casing making this particular jack in this particular design very vulnerable. Basically any movement with the power plug is not restricted and the jack could go in any directions left right, up or down. Dell eventually solved this issue by making a round hole where the plug goes into the jack rather than a big square.
Rear picture of the dell 1150
Taking the Inspiron 1150 apart.
Taking a top cover off.
Removing the keyboard
Careful with the cables they can handle only 1-2 times of being plugged and unplugged.
Taking the monitor cables out with the keyboard off.
Taking the monitor off for dc power jack replacement.
Taking the top cover off for dc power jack replacement on dell inspiron 1150
Removing components from the board to get access to the dc power jack on this dell inspiron 1150
Taking all of the excess components off to get access to the dc power jack.
As you can see the positive pins are not making the contact perfectly.
Top view of the jack
Bottom view of the jack, seems like someone already tried to fix this jack before us.
Somebody really tried hard to fix this thing up before us.
After removing excess solder from the legs of the jack we can clearly see that whoever tried to repair this jack before removed all the foil from the tracers, so there is no way for electricity to go from the jack's legs into the board anymore. This requires extra work that we of course do at no extra charge but success rates are 50/50 especially with dell computers.
Cleaning out the board that was previously being worked on by somebody else.
Top part of the board isn't looking that bad.
Cleaning up the top part of the motherboard for dell inspiron 1150 to replace the dc power jack on it.
Sizing up the brand new power jack.
Installing a new power jack into the motherboard
Preparing to solder up the brand new dc power jack.
Again preparing to solder things up.
A laptop power up is always a good thing.