Fujitsu Laptop Repaired
A co-worker brought to me his Laptop FUJITSU LIFEBOOK Model: V1020 because when he turned-on the equipment, it was shutting-down some minutes later.
First thing done was to check on the external SMPS, it was working fine, so the Laptop had to be disassembled.
The Main board was checked carefully, and there was no electronic component burnt or exploded.
After almost 1 hour of exploring carefully the Main board, connectors, hardware, etc. the culprit was found: a false-contact in both connections of the DC-jack.
Both contacts were re-soldered and the Laptop was fully assembled. When it was turned-on everything seemed to be OK, but finally the trouble remained, only this time it was shutting down at a longer time.
So the job had to be continued, this time the equipment was fully disassembled again, but now look at the photo below to see what was done.
I have to use two little pieces of wire to join the contacts to another solder joint in the same rail. This time when the equipment was assembled it really worked perfectly: mission accomplished.
This article was prepared for you by Humberto Rodriguez, one of our ‘Master Authors’ from Cuba.
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