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HP322716HB1 HP Laptop DC Power Jack for 65W: DV9000, DV9100, DV9200, DV9300, DV9400, DV9500, DV9600, DV9700, DV9800, DV9900 NEW DC Jack Center pin diameter: 1.65mm 65W Version DC-In Board * The cable is included.
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Issue: HP Pavillion DV9000 Entertainment PC laptop would not maintain a secure AC Adapter connection.
Symptoms and work around included "jiggling" the wire and "bending" it in various positions for connectivity.
Other items attempted: Purchased new AC adapter, called HP and asked for their quote which was $400 for a repair
How this part resolved the issue? Connection between AC Adapter and laptop is now secure. Blue light illuminates to show connectivity and you do not have to bend the AC adapter cable for connectivity
Difficulty of installation: High. My background is in technology and I found the myriad of screws to locate and obtain access to the part was difficult. The part is located on the right side of the laptop behind the USB port.
Things I did and would do differently:
1. I would clearly label all screws that I took out of the laptop. The screws that hold in the motherboard cover vary between brown and aluminum. No rhyme or reason as to which one goes where. The same applies for the bottom of the laptop
2. Back up all data and remove hard drive before proceeding
3. You do not have to take out the wireless card as many instructions state. Removing the screw closest to the edge of the laptop and not near the wires is sufficient
4. I don't know what caused it, but now the fan makes a noise like a piece of paper is stuck in there. No idea why.
5. You don't have to take off the monitor or any parts associated with those hinges
6. Clearly label all cables you remove and where they go back. I would take pictures and print them out to use as reference
7. You don't have to remove the cables from the wireless card that feed to the motherboard. You can move the motherboard cover out of the way just enough to remove the connection for the part
Total time was approximately 3 hours with a Phillips head screwdriver.