HP/Compaq :: 8710p- Power Plug
It seems that the the end of the power plug (the center pin) is broken.
I have a HP 8710p, and this AC adapter ---> [url]
What I'm asking for is a picture, or a rough explanation of how LONG is the gold'ish connector (the center pin) inside that plug.
I'm asking because I want to find out whether it's the motherboard power connector that's broken or if the center pin inside the DC power plug somehow broke and doesn't provide the power..
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