Symptoms of a Bad DC Power Jack

How to tell if you have a bad DC Power Jack?

dc power jacks are repaired daily
Defective laptop DC power jack occur when the physical connection between the motherboard and the jack becomes broken. It is this bad connection that prevents your laptop battery from charging and the “battery charge” light from coming on and eventually the laptop or notebook computer fails to turn on at all.

What are symptoms of a Bad DC Power Jack?

The laptop randomly shuts down without any warning.
The main power battery charge light flickers when you move the power cord. You have to hold he AC Adapter is a certain way for the laptop to turn on.
The battery won’t charge at all, therefore eventually is dead.
No lights come on.

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