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Sony Vaio DC Jack Replacement


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#1 Stu G

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Posted 10 April 2009 - 12:17 PM

My VAIO Laptop may need a new internal DC Jack soon, can get them on ebay, for cheap. I can disassemble my Laptop completely, so that is not an issue, my concern is having to solder the new connector to the power cable.

I have No soldering experience. How difficult would this be?

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Posted 10 April 2009 - 01:18 PM

I have No soldering experience


I highly advise you not to try it. It takes special equipment
You don't just go the Radio Shack or Sears and buy a soldering iron
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Posted 10 April 2009 - 11:52 PM

I have No soldering experience


I highly advise you not to try it. It takes special equipment
You don't just go the Radio Shack or Sears and buy a soldering iron


well, you can, you can even buy them from the hardware section in wal-mart, but if you have no experience sodering, this is not where I would recomend starting. finding an old computer you no longer care about would be a much better place to start playing around with stuff like this.

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Posted 11 April 2009 - 02:34 PM

Any electronics repair shop should be able to do the repair for you. Look for TV/VCR or home Audio repair in your "Yellowpages" or on whitepages.com

Edited by Sneakycyber, 11 April 2009 - 02:34 PM.

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