So a mate of mine came to me yesterday and said that he might have broken his laptop. This was mainly because the power connector was not working on his laptop so he tried to glue it in and that did not work so he decided to take it apart but did not do it so well because....

Step 1: Taking Laptop Apart..

once he took it apart he took a soldering iron to the power connector because it was slightly loose but ended up burning a hole and messing up solder com pleasely.

I apologies now i did not take enough pictures it was all bit of an afterthought to write this up.

So now getting down to step one.

So take apart your laptop, this will consist of taking all screw that you can find out of laptop and making some form of map out of the screw structure so its easy to put tougher again. My friend however did not do this and thought would throw everything out. silly boy.

in this case the screen comes away with keyboard from the main body. This is the case with most machines well at least i have taken apart 3 machines and thats what they have all been designed like.

so once you have machine in little pleases you go to next step.
laptop Sony Vaio VGN-FS660P. This unit was working great, but recently it quit tunring on . This unit does not turn on
Sony Vaio VGN-FS660P. This unit was working great, but recently it quit tunring on.......This unit does not turn on
I'd suggest changing the title to "How to fix a laptop power connector." A bit more descriptive of the project.
I, too, have a Gateway and have already had the power connector replaced once. I'm almost ready for it to get replaced AGAIN. I'll keep this bookmarked for when the day happens. Thanks.
good instructable, you should be more detailed and more pictures too. funny part was "you can see he loves his laptop" hahaha
k will try get more detail in. and sorry about pictures I really did not think think to right this up till after i was almost finished.
I would go over your spelling and grammar in some places, otherwise, neat iBle. Yes, it does look like that laptop was loved oh so much.

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