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Versión actual por: oldturkey03 (detalles del voto) ,

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Hi Jayeff,

I changed out my power-board and it was much easier than I thought.  But...when I went to plug it in, I got no power at all.   I went in a second time to make sure that I did it correctly and everything looked perfect.   Somone on this site suggested that perhaps I did not connect the keyboard back on correctly.  The connector was actually a ribbon that slide into a snap connection.  you just slide it under and snap it down.  Weird.  The power board had an actually connector that you snap in and pull out, so that one was secure.  Is it possible that this is what the problem is?  Someone else also suggested a hard reset, which I had never heard of.  Something about pulling battery out and holding power button in.  I have not tried this yet.  I am pretty confident that the problem was the power board because my AC adapter would not hold in the socket. Sometimes I could get it to charge if it was situated just right but this was annoying. If you bumped it in the slightest way, it would stop charging.  Otherwise, when I had a charge, the computer worked great.  Any ideas?  Should I take it apart a third time and make sure I did not hook the keyboard up incorrectly?  Its a blue plastic ribbon that kinda fell out when I open the keyboard.  At first I thought i pulled it out when I lifted the keyboard, but it simply slide out from the snap it was pinned under.  Does that make sense?

Let me know if you have any suggestions.  Thank you.

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Editado por: oldturkey03 (detalles del voto) ,

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Hi Jayeff,

I changed out my power-board and it was much easier than I thought.  But...when I went to plug it in, I got no power at all.   I went in a second time to make sure that I did it correctly and everything looked perfect.   Somone on this site suggested that perhaps I did not connect the keyboard back on correctly.  The connector was actually a ribbon that slide into a snap connection.  you just slide it under and snap it down.  Weird.  The power board had an actually connector that you snap in and pull out, so that one was secure.  Is it possible that this is what the problem is?  Someone else also suggested a hard reset, which I had never heard of.  Something about pulling battery out and holding power button in.  I have not tried this yet.  I am pretty confident that the problem was the power board because my AC adapter would not hold in the socket. Sometimes I could get it to charge if it was situated just right but this was annoying. If you bumped it in the slightest way, it would stop charging.  Otherwise, when I had a charge, the computer worked great.  Any ideas?  Should I take it apart a third time and make sure I did not hook the keyboard up incorrectly?  Its a blue plastic ribbon that kinda fell out when I open the keyboard.  At first I thought i pulled it out when I lifted the keyboard, but it simply slide out from the snap it was pinned under.  Does that make sense?

Let me know if you have any suggestions.  Thank you.

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Aporte original por: gloriafeil ,

Texto:

Hi Jayeff,

I changed out my power-board and it was much easier than I thought.  But...when I went to plug it in, I got no power at all.   I went in a second time to make sure that I did it correctly and everything looked perfect.   Somone on this site suggested that perhaps I did not connect the keyboard back on correctly.  The connector was actually a ribbon that slide into a snap connection.  you just slide it under and snap it down.  Weird.  The power board had an actually connector that you snap in and pull out, so that one was secure.  Is it possible that this is what the problem is?  Someone else also suggested a hard reset, which I had never heard of.  Something about pulling battery out and holding power button in.  I have not tried this yet.  I am pretty confident that the problem was the power board because my AC adapter would not hold in the socket. Sometimes I could get it to charge if it was situated just right but this was annoying. If you bumped it in the slightest way, it would stop charging.  Otherwise, when I had a charge, the computer worked great.  Any ideas?  Should I take it apart a third time and make sure I did not hook the keyboard up incorrectly?  Its a blue plastic ribbon that kinda fell out when I open the keyboard.  At first I thought i pulled it out when I lifted the keyboard, but it simply slide out from the snap it was pinned under.  Does that make sense?

Let me know if you have any suggestions.  Thank you.

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