Available in 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 way the PCB connectors have gold plated contacts rated to 5A 125V ac/dc (4-8 way) and 1A 50V ac/dc (10 and 12 way) and are fully compatible with the 400 Series flex connectors.
I literally pulled this laptop from the dumpster. Seems like an interesting project. The confuser displays symptoms similar to the no power issues and fixes listed all the web with some twists. Plug it up to AC with a battery I get the plugged in led and the battery charge light. The unit does charge the battery. Hit the power button on or off AC power and the hard drive spools up but the power light does'nt come on nor does the hdd led flash. So I tore it apart to see what was goin on in there. The DC connector looks fine. Nothing burned or smells burned on the board. When I put power to it I see the cpu fan run for a couple seconds and stop. The fan on the power supply side next to the CMOS battery does nothing. All thats on the power supply side a a few diodes and resistors. I did notice a SMD 5A 125v fuse. Thinking that was the issue having seen it in playstations I jumped it. It made no difference to the issue. So my thought process here is there is something awry in the power supply circuit and it is repairable without resorting to a whole new system board. Voltage is being fed to the charger circuit and hdd fine. The feed to the "mainboard" has an issue thus the no boot, power light or cpu cooling and power supply fans. So my question is does anyone here have experience at the component level that could give some advice on what the culprit is. For the record I'm not scared of a soldering iron nor do I have anything invested in this project beyond a CMOS battery. So risking frying this system board is no real concern to me. At this point in its current state Compaq recommends replacing it anyway. However, I would much rather invest in a .39 part instead of a replacement board from Compaq to the tune $685. Thanks
|Packaging Details:||Simply package for protect the switches for Red button 2 pins mini push button switch ac 250v/1.5a 125v/3a|
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Mom Push Button Switch 0.5A 125V SPST Red 2 Pin (10 Pieces)
Switches are new, but from surplus stockOver 100 available