POWER JACK REPAIR
We replace more laptop dc power jacks than anybody else in the world

We repair:

ACER
AVERATEC
COMPAQ
DELL
FUJITSU
HP
SONY
TOSHIBA

 

We also repair:

Alienware
Amax
AMS
Arm
Ashton Digital
Asus
Averatec
Clevo
Compal
Compaq
CompUSA
CTX
Cybermax
Dell
Digital
Dual
ECS
Emachines
EPS
Flexbook
Fosa
Fujitsu
Gateway
Gigatech
Hitachi
Hewlett Packard HP
Hyperdata
IBM
KDS
Maxgroup
Metrobook
Micron
Mtech
Multimedia
NEC
Northgate
Northstar
Notebook
Panasonic
Primebook
Prostar
Quantex
Samsung
Sceptre
Sony
Sotec
Spartan
Spectec
Sunrex
TI
Toshiba
Twinhead
Umax
Uniwill
Winbook
Xterasys


Power Jack Repair

$100 flat rate fee to replace a broken DC Jack for on your Fujitsu laptop computer includes (labor, new DC jack and shipping back to you). We guarantee the quality of our work by a 30 day money back guarantee . Our phone number is (847) 4591535 ask Eugene

 

If you would like us to replace a dc jack on your laptop then please mail your laptop with a check made out to Applicasoft to the address below, it will be repaired and sent back to you the same day as it would be received. Mailing address is:
Applicasoft
710 MILL CIRCLE #107,
Wheeling, IL 60090

Fujitsu uses 3 different types of jacks. 2 of which are compatible with SONY jacks since it seems that the motherboards used by Fujitsu are the same as motherboards usedby SONY. Nevertheless, there one jack that is not SONY compatible. We replace all Fujitsu jacks that are soldered to the motherboard and we repair all Fujitsu jacks that have a cable running from the jack to the board. All jacks are in stock and all replacements are done the same day. Pictures of Fujitsu laptops could be found below.  Most common Fujitsu laptops that have a DC jack problem are:

Fujitsu Amilo: L1300
Fujitsu Lifebook: C352, C4235, C6581, S6210, S6220
Fujitsu Siemens C Series LifeBook: C1020, C2111
Fujitsu Stylistic: LT P-600
Fujitsu: L6825, D1840, D1845, D7830
Fujitsu S series 2000, 6000, 6200

Usual dc power jack issue on fujitsu laptops

 

S6200 and S6240 Lifebook fujitsu are often visitors to our laboratories. 

 

 

 Top view of fujitsu

 Fujitsu being taken apart. 

 

 

 

As you can see the jack melted the board around the tracers.

Cleaned up as much of the board as possible, this one required custom rewiring that we can't show due to the proprietary ways on how we solve issues like that in our labs