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September 4, 2007, 1:14 pm
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This is pretty much exactly the symptom I am noticing: I just posted here to
see if it was a common problem others had faced with this notebook; and if
possible how others have dealt with it.
Sine ci Posted, a friend has told me that he has exactly the same problem
with a few HP notebooks he has!!
The jack simply cannot withstand the
Arent they all made in the same Quanta factory in Taiwan?
Sorry to repeat myself or sound naive but how do you get to the mobo?
I had already spoken to them and they gave me a load of fluff lasting about
20 minnutes prior to telling me that the power supply is on the motherboard
and replacement will cost four hundred bucks because they have put too weak
a jack connector on their laptop. Is this why there are so many refurbished
ones coming onto the market? Does Consumer Reports know about this problem
and how HP both cant re-solder one connector to the motherboard and/or power
supply AND treats their already-sold computers like mini-profit centres?
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