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Damaged Laptop power issues.. help needed!

I Damaged my laptop a few weeks back a Lenovo G50-80 - a older i3-5005U PC. I pulled power socket out of the laptop chassis. I've done some testing and using my iFixit kit and guide, and managed to inspect the internal power cable for damage. This laptop has the Rectangular power plug that is USB-A sized that is also used on many Lenovo's ThinkPads.

  • The power brick is good: tested with a working Lenovo Thinkpad.
  • The laptop doesn't show charging lights, nor is able to boot. Tested with own and said working Thinkpad's power brick to test.

This leads me to think either the Power "port" or the cable to the Main board is damage, and I don't think I've got the tools to repair, without a replacement.

 

Also, I'm also half expecting the Main board to be fried

 

Other than looking for donor Lenovo hardware to use.

 

USB-C Charging is not supported on that laptop.

 

As for Data: The harddisk is not encrypted, and most the the data I care about was already in the cloud. (This laptop was used when I couldn't use my gaming rig or when I was visiting.)

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56 minutes ago, MSharpeWriter said:

Other than looking for donor Lenovo hardware to use.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/324587171530?hash=item4b92e72eca:g:yWwAAOSwKZBggwi9

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