Laptop power jack repair provides power jack replacement service. Laptop DC Power Jack is also known as a laptop dc connector, inlet, input, port, receptacle, socket where you plug your ac power adapter charger in. You usually need to fix the broken dc jack, connector if the laptop fell off the table and landed on the plug, or you constantly have to wiggle the plug (tip of the power cord) to make your laptop work.
We charge a flat rate of $100 for everything: includes all labor, a brand new DC power jack, connector, socket for your laptop computer, a brand new DC power plug for your AC power adapter (only if needed) and shipping back. The total is $60 if you are sending JUST THE MOTHERBOARD, not the whole laptop. All repairs for walk in clients from Chicago land are done within 1 hour. We are the largest distributor of dc jacks so we have jacks for every single model of the laptop in stock at all times. We have 30 day money guarantee and we have no fix no charge policy, if we can’t fix your laptop then we will give you your money back less the return shipping cost.
The following location handles more DC jack replacements than anyone else in the world. Please:
- write out a check made out to Applicasoft for $100, or pay by paypal and printout the receipt. We also accept credit cards, money order business checks, personal checks and cash in the box is fine as well.
- on a piece of paper write down your return address (if different from the one on the check), phone and email address (if you want us to send you a tracking number to your email).
- mail your well packaged laptop to the address below. Mailing address is:
710 MILL CIRCLE #107
WHEELING, IL 60090
Phone: (847) 529 9441
Chicago land clients: we are located just 25 minutes north of downtown of Chicago, feel free to stop by at our location: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Monday – Friday (could be open later or sooner depends on amount of work we get please call before coming over), the repair should not take more than 1 hour
With any questions regarding power jack repair feel free to call us at any reasonable (central) time 7 days a week (847) 529-9441 or email: PortRepair AT Gmail DOT com
After taking my laptop in, what was originally thought to possibly be a disconnected wire or a broken jack turned out to be corrosion build-up on both the pin and the power port. A bit of cleaning, a little filing, some soldering, and my laptop was consistently charging again. I am very happy with the communication, the process, and the results.