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Laptop Repair Tutorial


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#1 Lars Larsen

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Posted 04 December 2007 - 12:33 PM

I broke my power socket on my laptop after a nasty fall. I took my laptop to my local repair shop.
It was a shock to hear he wanted 150 for the repair, no way was i going to pay that. Not only that,
i have heard so many negative things about the repair shops where the repair doesn’t last.
It seems forever i am looking for help on this issue. Does anyone know any good sources ?
I am ok on DIY and pretty good on soldering but i am stuck on opening the laptop without breaking it.
I heard that some people have made repair DVDs and ordered a few but there more or less PDF’s
I am trying to find a proper DVD tutorial that is Video based and fully featured.
Does anyone know where i can get hold of one ? I don’t mind any reasonable price.
I am not looking for a list or text based or PDF tutorial.

Basically what i am looking for is a proper hands on video walkthrough where i can see the basics of how to open

this thing.

Please please help.
Lars

Edit: Moved topic to the more appropriate forum. ~ Animal

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#2 TVT

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Posted 04 December 2007 - 12:40 PM

What is the model of your laptop?
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