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I let it charge for half an hour, and then unplugged it and the battery lasted for 2 or 3 more minutes. It turns out that one ribbon cable which goes from the motherboard to the front panel where the LED lights are came loose. I also have voltage for the pins that connect to the battery. I think it might be your problem. I have no idea who makes this system board. I have completely disasembled the unit, same thing, only thing left on the board is the fans and cpu.

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Apparently, the circuit that turns on the fan when the CPU is hot was bad and the problem was fixed after I replaced the board.

It would be much cheaper. I was watching a power point file and it just repently started going very slow, so I restarted it and it was doing the same thing, and restarted it again, but it never did. If you do not hear the grinding sound, most likely the HDD is bad and you have to replace it.

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. I advice you check the support website of toshiba, which is support. I also had to buy a new computer when this first happened toshiba satellite p35-s609 me so I purchased another satellite but not a pro. You might have toshiba satellite p35-s609 problem.

I plugged in the ac supply without the battery and with it toshiba satellite p35-s609 put the positive lead on the pin you show in the pic above with the connection problem… 19v.

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Can you check if the laptop performance is set to maximum? I figured that it was defective.

Check the top cover too. Not only was the solder connection broken, but the pin from the back just fell of when I desoldered it and toshiba satellite p35-s609 it out. Ok I have two of these adapters. Steven, Yep it sounds like a bad system board.

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I just thought it was my electrifying personality. I check conninity and all three pins that as on the board satelilte power from the O. Cam, Toshiba Satellite A70 has a memory module integrated into the system board. Someone please let me know if this toshiba satellite p35-s609 way off, or actually plausible. I feel the same about taking this apart.

That should also do the trick. Remove the fan and replace it. I tested the 1GB memory module overnight and it failed the test. Also, I downloaded a freeware called Speed Toshiba satellite p35-s609 or something like that, and it hoshiba temps idling in the 60C range, and toshiba satellite p35-s609 when I do something like watch a DVD, it creeps up.

Toshiba Satellite M35X A75 power jack problem

Could i have messed up the motherboard somehow? I noticed that the power cord for my AC adapter is slightly frayed in one spot.

The lines are kind of cm long. Thank you very much Giulio. Took it apart and touched the solder up and reassembled.

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I have old Toshiba T laptop. Brought toshiba satellite p35-s609 back home, had it working for a couple of hours and got back the same problem: Recently it started to shutdown suddenly every once in a while when Ttoshiba was running in Linux. Thanks for all the information.

I too had the pwer problem and had a repair guy solder it 3 times it kept loosing pwer after a few months. I bought a power jack from ebay and took my laptop toshiba a75 apart according to the instructions and call my friend to help toshiba satellite p35-s609 to change the power jack.

In the meantime, all repairs will be free if I take the computer to an authorized repair foshiba.

Looks toshiba satellite p35-s609 the P30 might be close enough to get the job done. When the system board is removed it takes only 5 minutes to clean the heatsink. Does this DC problem affect battery usage apart from charging the battery?