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Computer Charge Help!

Post by e3c » Wed Jun 29, 2011 2:19 am

My netbook, an Asus Eee 1005HAB stopped charging after the small metal piece for the charger was pushed back enough for it to stop working, the charger itself was messed up so I though to buy a new charger, I bougght the charger and it worked, but on many occasions it started to move over to the wall of the Power input and I would have to push it to the middle with a small knife.

Now I tried to place my charger and it wasn't working so I moved it around a bit without really looking, well a few seconds later I realize I accidently pulled out the metal stub and got it stuck onto the actual charger tip. Is there a way to get this fixed without having to buy a new laptop? I am running on the last of laptop battery so I hope to find out soon.


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Re: Computer Charge Help!

Post by e3c » Wed Jun 29, 2011 4:00 am

almar wrote:You must go on a technician to fix it. You may not have to buy a new one. Your netbook has a possibilty to fix.
Cool, I need to know, would this cost more than buying a new one?
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Re: Computer Charge Help!

Post by Tibia » Wed Jun 29, 2011 9:10 pm

I do power jack repairs for my local computer repair shop. My boss charges customers a flat rate of $65 plus parts. I'd say it's worth that much, at least. Call a local shop in your area and see how much they'd charge you.
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Re: Computer Charge Help!

Post by e3c » Wed Jun 29, 2011 10:09 pm

Tibia wrote:I do power jack repairs for my local computer repair shop. My boss charges customers a flat rate of $65 plus parts. I'd say it's worth that much, at least. Call a local shop in your area and see how much they'd charge you.
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