They brought me a laptop here the other day.
The child sat on the sofa and broke the power connector on the laptop, as a result, the connector began to warm up and melted the case, then the connector itself melted due to the temperature. It looked after the parsing of the laptop as follows.
What happened next under the cut.
The central chip in the power connector melted on the side of the fastener and went to the side.
Attempts to find the right pair of “dad” - “mom” chips that would endure 90W of power were crowned with failure.
Inside the laptop was an unused hole for the modem jack located next to the power supply.
After going through several options, the eye fell on a dead mother with a doppant connector for the probe.
The connector was gently discharged with a cigarette lighter and approximated to the existing holes. It turned out that he was practically one-in-one to fit the modem's standard jack, all that was needed was to remove a little plastic with a needle file so that the lock was fastened.
The connector was soldered to standard wires, inserted into the case and filled with hot melt.
The response chip was taken from a dead power supply and soldered in place of the old chip.
These are the crazy hands here;)
Kmk this method is suitable for all who do not need a modem in a laptop and there are problems with the power cable.