I'm changing the powerplug on my laptop(F-S Amilo Pro v8010), I know what's + and - on the connector but I forgot to measure the pins onn the circuitboard before I removed the old connector and it's now destroyed.
For some reason there're five holes in the circuit boaqrd that the old plug was soldered to.
I guess there's one + and one - and the other ones are ground. The holes are numbered 1 to 5 so with a board print it would be easy to figure it out.
This is the new connector I mounted
So I'm gonna use some short wires to connect it to the board.
What if the polarisation is wrong, will it destroy the card, I have an universal power supply where you can change polarity by rotate the adapter 180 degrees. If I'm fast un-plugging if the batt charge led won't light up? Maybe ther's a circuit/fuse taking care of it on the circuit board?
So, any schematics available for the main circuit board?
Circuit board ID: DA0EF6MB6D0 Rev. D