I am Dell certified but did not have access to Toshiba manuals to do the disassembly. I guess the fuse is located somewhere close to the power jack and a technician experienced with soldering can easily replace it. When the system board is removed it takes only 5 minutes to clean the heatsink. I thought of that today while looking through an ad for a local computer store. I dont know where to turn now.
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I tried again today. They told me that Toshiba extended original 1 yr.
I scraped it down and try ti see what was slack, turns out when i touch the dc jack the computer shuts down. It is also possible to replace toshibx USB ports on the back. I ordered both and soldered a new jack back on the board.
I got it to slide back in, but on the base where it attaches to the board it is loose on one end and can actually be pulled up off the board slightly. Also my internet is not working even with toshiba satellite m55 s329 cable or wireless. Anyone have any idea how much it would run satlelite to get the motherboard replaced on this laptop? The DC jack harness is soldered to the system board. White cable-main connector, black toshiba satellite m55 s329 connector.
Try to connect the laptop to an external monitor and start it up. Now about a thin vertical blue line on the LCD screen. The keyboard cable is not soldered to the system board.
Toshiba satellite m55 s329 have read the disassembly manual and it says about the three hidden screws. Sorry, I do not work with motherboards on component level and cannot point to the problem.
I have the Toshiba CDs, toshiba satellite m55 s329 the only option I am given will reformat the drive, so all my info will be lost. Unfortunately, after charging the battery and pressed power on my laptop, I heard a beeping noise probably 3 times and then it freeze. Thank you for posting this information and let your readers know that the DC jack pin problem refers to the P15 Series as well! Try to assemble the laptop outside the laptop base. Sateolite is a guaranteed point of failure.
Is there any way I can test the motherboard in the same fashion with voltage tests? It then drains the battery.
Looks like it must be the top part that has pulled away from the board. Anyway, reassembled the machine toshiba satellite m55 s329 it works perfectly.
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All my lights work fine and the hard drive is working. If the system starts fine outside the base, then start assembling it back and pay attention to each screw.
I have a Toshiba AS with the same intermittent toshoba problem. My dog snagged the power cable and broke both the jack and the power supply.
When you have a dead battery it might appear that it is charging when the AC adapter is plugged into the laptop, but when you upplug toshiba satellite m55 s329 adapter the battery discharges very quickly, almost immediately.
Hi Dave, There are sqtellite system boards listed for your laptop: So upon looking closer at the spots I had soldered I noticed a small bit of waste solder which had fallen onto a small part on the board.
On a whim I tried to toshiba satellite m55 s329 if this behavior repeated itself during the memtest, and I found that it did not.
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It was burned so bad that it was causing shorts between layers. Remove the system board toshiba satellite m55 s329 try to boot the system outside the laptop case. It might take time and you can run it overnight. At first, I was able to wiggle the cord and it would switch back to AC.
The fan comes on for about seconds and thats it.
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Everyone who fits this description is a Class Member: For these machines, pressing and holding the F12 key immediately after powering-on the notebook will allow you to alter the notebook’s boot priority. Do you have any suggestions what I should do? As you see, the positive pin goes through the hole in the system board and you solder it on the top side.
I would surely toshiba satellite m55 s329, and I know others who would, too. The pin is broke j55 the power jack. Also, is my P30 covered by the agreement that applies to M30 and A70 etc?
My laptop powers on fine, but the battery still will not charge. I feel the same about taking this apart. You have to buy a new Tosniba jack, remove the old DC jack from the system board remove the solder from 4 pins and put in a new one. When plugged in on AC sometimes it will just randomly switch back to battery and start discharging. You forgot to lock the CPU in the socket.
Any ideas as to what might be causing this toshiba satellite m55 s329 be greatly appreciated. I was perplexed at the lack of power to the board noted in and You can get some very small tips for toshiba satellite m55 s329 in conical or flat styles. Looks like the P30 sayellite be close enough to get the job done. If I have to replace the main board, how much would that part cost?
I am nowhere near toshiba satellite m55 s329 good with home repairs as everyone else seems to be.