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- Avelino Tavares
September 30, 2008, 9:40 pm
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Re: HP Pavilion ZE5640EA
On Tue, 30 Sep 2008 22:40:27 +0100, "Avelino Tavares"
You'd have to solder wires to the contacts the power button
is soldered to, or trace back the circuit to solder the wire
elsewhere. There would be no reason for a power pin header
since nobody uses one AFAIK.
You'd probably be better off to just desolder the original
switch and solder on a new replacement switch (or if you
dont' have good soldering skills or equipment have someone
else do it). I have no idea what electronics houses are in
your part of the world so I can't advise on where to right
the correct replacement switch (besides the fact that I
don't know exactly what switch it is either).
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