Replacing/repairing power swicth HP 2510p

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R!f@@

Joined Apr 2, 2009
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U need to perfect SMD removal without burning the PCB.

If you are up to it, then I am game.
I can show you what to do and where to look.

# First get a hot gun.

# 60/40 0.8mm solder

# No clean flux used for SMD work.

# A solder sucker

# Solder braid or wick ( good quality)

# Another iron that could control the temp and interchangeable tips is very handy and helpful ( U will need a fat tip set at 400°C to suck up the solder using the wick)

# If possible get some normal flux too.

# and last a computer mother board. A socket 478 is best to practice.

Next some time off to get dirty. :D
 

t06afre

Joined May 11, 2009
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If you have experienced a large power surge. Like SgtWookie suggested. It may be a good chance that also the power unit is zapped also. Have you checked this out
 

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Eugeneb

Joined Nov 8, 2011
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If you have experienced a large power surge. Like SgtWookie suggested. It may be a good chance that also the power unit is zapped also. Have you checked this out
Yes I have.

Ive hooked up a new HP charger to the laptop and still no response.
 

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Eugeneb

Joined Nov 8, 2011
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U need to perfect SMD removal without burning the PCB.

If you are up to it, then I am game.
I can show you what to do and where to look.

# First get a hot gun.

# 60/40 0.8mm solder

# No clean flux used for SMD work.

# A solder sucker

# Solder braid or wick ( good quality)

# Another iron that could control the temp and interchangeable tips is very handy and helpful ( U will need a fat tip set at 400°C to suck up the solder using the wick)

# If possible get some normal flux too.

# and last a computer mother board. A socket 478 is best to practice.

Next some time off to get dirty. :D
Ok Ill try and get these things...old motherboards wont be a problem, have many of them...;)
 
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