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G4 Aluminum DC jack problem


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I have a G4 Aluminum 15" 1.5 PowerBook that has a DC jack the doesn't connect most of the time. Is there maybe a slick way to fix this without replacing the board? The DC boards for this model are kinda pricey not to mention the tear down, if it has to come out how about soldering a jack from a TiBook in place of it?
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