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need part for hp all in one help

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by mikeygold, Oct 26, 2019.

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  1. mikeygold

    mikeygold Thread Starter

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    hp 27190st....where power plug /plugs in to female side computer that's attached to motherboard is missing rubber piece.i need part pictured/ the round rubber piece..ill add pic of how it looks without
     

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    another pic of it sitting on motherboard
     

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    Can you still connect the power plug and use the computer ?

    I would edit your first post to remove the Email address, the forum rules say all help must be given here in your thread.

    Plus you could get a lot of spam.
     
  4. mikeygold

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    thanks...no the rubber piece missing so I cant plug it in.when I try is shorts it out.computer wont turn on...do u think I need new motherboard? power plug part looks burnt.woukd that of fried motherboard? or? tia
     

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    It looks like the missing piece was there to keep a centre pin in the plug from touching the 4 outer metal parts in the socket. You might be able to make something that will do the job, maybe a piece of the insulation on a fairly large diameter wire would do, pushed over the centre pin in the plug.

    If you can solder you could try replacing the socket, you might find one on Ebay.

    Otherwise you will need a 'new' motherboard, once again Ebay would be the most likely place to find one.
     
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    thank you
     
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