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Current version by: oldturkey03 ,

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noosheen, start by opening it up using [[Topic:Brother PT-D200|these guides.]] Then use a multimeter and plug your power adapter in. Measure the voltage on the solder points of the jack on the logic board. It is possible that it has broken off, that you have colder solder joints or that the jack itself has failed.measurefailed.
noosheen, start by opening it up using [[Topic:Brother PT-D200|these guides.]] Then use a multimeter and plug your power adapter in. Measure the voltage on the solder points of the jack on the logic board. It is possible that it has broken off, that you have colder solder joints or that the jack itself has failed.measurefailed.

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Original post by: oldturkey03 ,

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noosheen, start by opening it up using [[Topic:Brother PT-D200|these guides.]] Then use a multimeter and plug your power adapter in. Measure the voltage on the solder points of the jack on the logic board. It is possible that it has broken off, that you have colder solder joints or that the jack itself has failed.measure

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