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Posted 05 March 2013 - 11:56 AM
Hello, did you manage to make any progress with this?
I have exactly the same problem with a different Vaio model, an old PCG-V505. Again, I had increasing problems with power cord connection and now it won't power up and there are no lights or anything. It's not the battery as I've tried a spare, and I've disassembled the laptop and can see 16V arriving onto the solder joints.
Posted 05 March 2013 - 06:49 PM
check ribbon cable to power button for damage.
this guy claims pressure on ram modules will make it start
hold power button in for 30 seconds
Remove the battery and charger/ac adapter/power cord from your Sony vaio
laptop, press and hold the power button for 20 seconds to discharge any
residual current inside the laptop. This clears your RAM and is like a
hardware reset. Replace the battery and charger/ac adapter/power cord
and turn your laptop on.
Posted 20 June 2013 - 02:30 AM
i had the same problem so i stripped it down and put 2 wires on the ac jack still pluged in the board but the 2 other wires + from AC jack to the battrey and - to the - on the battrey and it powerd up fine. befor i brought it the person seid smoke come out of it !! but i have to sort the chargeing side out as it wint work if i remove the wires it will be 100% dead i hope it helps
Posted 20 June 2013 - 08:31 AM
That sounds promising! Can you be more specific?
For me, I can see there is voltage (16V) on the ac jack, and there are various voltages elsewhere on the board. Are you saying there are further connections from the AC jack to elsewhere that it's worth checking? Can you give me a pointer?
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