So my sister's laptop just stopped charging, so i took a look at it. Immediately noticed that the plug-in for the charger was unaligned with the hole (if that makes sense). So i know that is the problem and that the piece needs to be replaced. We took it up to Bestbuy's Geek squad, and their employee said that the price it would cost to fix would be comparable to buying a new laptop. Now i personally find that hard to believe. I was figuring $75-$100 for the part and $50-$75 for labor. Now $175 is nowhere near a new laptop. So i decided to ask for your opinions, and better yet it you might be able to tell me how to fix it.
EDIT: So i called a computer repair shop that is near us. And they also said that Bestbuy's quote was unreasonable. And that they could fix it for $126.75. I personally think this sounds reasonable, i just wanted to add the extra info i just learned.
Edited by Bassplayer15, 16 January 2010 - 02:11 PM.