16.04.2023 23:04 - edited 16.04.2023 23:11
Hello @notsogood and welcome
you have a Barebone Clevo NH55EPY load the Service Manual NH5xEPx_SM(2021019).zip
on 17.04.2023 08:04
Thank you - that is the correct component - I need the little blue circuit board that component is solder onto.
I will see if it is mentioned in the zip file.
Thank you for your help.
on 21.05.2023 19:48
Unfortunately not - I tried everywhere, and contacted the manufacture of the Laptop “Clevo” who said they don’t have any in stock, or expecting any more deliveries.
You would think being a separate little board - it would be easy to get.
on 21.05.2023 20:11
a question about this, only the socket (charging connection) is missing in your picture!
Why do you need the whole circuit board?
on 21.05.2023 21:55
Hello @Joejoe123 and welcome
You can take a picture of it and upload it here. (but won't be published until tomorrow)
from the circuit board
with the defective spot, maybe then we can say more about it.
on 21.05.2023 22:10
Thanks for the welcome and help.There isn’t a visible defective spot on the PCB but when tested i get a short on all the pins for the ribbon connection.
Looking at schematic diagram for the DC jack pins 1 to 4 are for positives and 5 8 are negative and shouldn’t be shorting out at all.
on 23.05.2023 00:02
You are right, according to the diagram there should be no connection if you test the board alone without the ribbon cable connected. Actually, there are only three possible causes. the DC jack socket, the conductor track on the circuit board or the eight-pin socket for the ribbon cable. To narrow down the error, I would unsolder the DC jack socket and then check it individually.
If necessary, the eight-pin socket between pins 4 and 5 could be separated mechanically, since it can only break through there. A defective track should be visually recognizable on the circuit board and its conductor track if there is a short circuit there.