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U.S. Laptop DC Power Jack Replacement Services

Switch Laptop Repair Company is now offering DC Power Jack Replacement mail-in repair services nation wide! One flat-rate fee of $120.00 repair fee (includes return S&H). Shipping to us must be paid by sender. Quick turn-around! We will have your laptop DC power jack replaced within 24 hours of receipt and shipped back to you within one business day of receiving a cleared payment.

This service is available for our anyone outside of the Dallas/Ft. Worth service area.

No upfront fees, we don't bill you until after your laptop has been repaired.

We accept online payments via Visa, Mastercard and e-Check via PayPal and traditional mail-in payments via U.S. Postal Money Order.

You can email us at switch@hctiws.com or please use the below form to contact us about our mail-in service. Also we can be reached at 972-249-8592 but we try to keep this line open for local Dallas/Ft. Worth area calls, if we do not pick-up immediately, please leave a message. We try not answer our phone while running service calls.

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Laptop Manufacturer: Compaq, HP, Dell, Sony, etc.
Laptop Model #? DV5215US, ZV5000, D600, etc.
Problem Description:

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  • Laptop power connection loss when laptop is moved or adjusted.
  • Broken or cracked DC power jack from fall, drop or trip.
  • DC power jack has gotten worse over time.
  • Laptop will not charge battery but laptop booted on good battery.
  • LED(s) flash when the AC/DC power adapter tip is adjusted.

Things to double-check!

Try removing your battery and try booting the laptop on the AC/DC power adapter alone. If you are still experiencing no power, random shutoff or power loss while running power solely off of the AC/DC power adapter you need to have your DC power jack replaced. If your laptop runs fine you may need a new battery.

     2) Try using another known working and/or unused AC/DC power adapter. It is possible for the tip on AC/DC power adapters to go bad.

Try using a known working and fully charged battery from another laptop to boot-up your laptop. If you laptop works on a discharging battery but not the DC power jack you either have a bad AC/DC power adapter and/or need to have your DC power jack replaced.