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Introduction

The DC power jack component is used to charge the Acer tablet. The component is approximately 8 inches in length and connects to the motherboard to supply power to the device.

Pièces

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  1. With the plastic opening tool pry open the grey plastic siding on both sides of the tablet. With the plastic opening tool pry open the grey plastic siding on both sides of the tablet.
    • With the plastic opening tool pry open the grey plastic siding on both sides of the tablet.

  2. Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver remove the 4.0 mm screws on the sides of the tablet. There are two screws on each side of the tablet that need to be removed before the back casing can be removed.
    • Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver remove the 4.0 mm screws on the sides of the tablet.

    • There are two screws on each side of the tablet that need to be removed before the back casing can be removed.

  3. Once the 4 screws have been removed use the plastic opening tool to pry open the device on the side of the device. Be careful prying on the sides where you removed the screw as the plastic casing is not very strong and may break.
    • Once the 4 screws have been removed use the plastic opening tool to pry open the device on the side of the device.

    • Be careful prying on the sides where you removed the screw as the plastic casing is not very strong and may break.

    • After prying open the case with the plastic opening tool carefully remove the case from the device and place the device face down on its screen.

  4. Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver remove the 4.0 mm screws holding the battery in place. Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver remove the 4.0 mm screws holding the battery in place.
    • Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver remove the 4.0 mm screws holding the battery in place.

  5. Lift the battery out of the device, and disconnect the cable attached to the motherboard by pulling it out to the side not lifting it up. Lift the battery out of the device, and disconnect the cable attached to the motherboard by pulling it out to the side not lifting it up.
    • Lift the battery out of the device, and disconnect the cable attached to the motherboard by pulling it out to the side not lifting it up.

  6. Using the plastic opening tool gently lift up the charging component out of its slot in the case.
    • Using the plastic opening tool gently lift up the charging component out of its slot in the case.

  7. Continue to lift up the cord until it is free from the case and only attached to the motherboard.
    • Continue to lift up the cord until it is free from the case and only attached to the motherboard.

    • You may need to continue using the plastic opening tool to lift the cord out of the case due to limited hand space.

  8. Disconnect the power component from the motherboard by pulling it out horizontally. Do not pull up on the cord only pull out
    • Disconnect the power component from the motherboard by pulling it out horizontally. Do not pull up on the cord only pull out

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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2 commentaires

Probably no need to REPLACE the jack. Just push the little indented tabs in a fraction of a millimeter and it will make good contact again. I just did this with mine and it works perfectly now after having been a royal PITA for over a year.

hammondkeys - Réponse

Will this work if I bought a charger that either charges inside the tip connected to the prong, or thru the outer side of the plug. I used the wrong setting and now I only see the green robot on his side. It won't boot

karen p - Réponse

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