A laptop power button may be located at the top left or right side of the keyboard near the screen or sometimes even on side of the hinge.
in most cases the power button is a round or circle button.
As a added feature a laptop power button is designed to do 3 things.
We repair Power buttons for the following laptop brands:
Typical laptop power button repair turnaround time is
Same to next day
With an repair price range of
$99 to $199
|IBM / Lenovo||LG|
We address, restore, refurbish, and resuscitate the following damaged Laptop, Lenovo, HP, Asus, Dell, Toshiba and Compaq power button situations:
Laptop power button repair
Toshiba power button replacement
Compact broken power button
Broken Asus Power button
Repairing Laptop power button
Lenovo broken power button
Repair netbook power button
HP broken power button
Acer repair power button
Dell broken power button
"Is this a repair I can do myself?"
If you were to open up the case of your laptop, you would see that the power button is nothing special. It’s a push button just like any other that makes a connection between 2 points. This connection signals the motherboard that the computer should turn on. However, sometimes dust and gunk can get between the button and the contacts it needs to make. That makes it so that when you push the button, no circuit is made, and for all the motherboard knows the button hasn’t been pushed.
If the circumstances present that a wire actually HAS been broken, it’s a matter of a dot of solder (depending on how fast your soldering iron heats up) and steady soldering hands to fix it.