Pulled the power cord (tripped over it) and unlucky the macbook landed on the tile floor right on the powercord plug (while still in the macbook) this shoved the DC-in connector inside the casing, also denting the casing. Macbook would not charge the battery or run on A/C after that.
Through ifixit video i was able to remove the old DC-in board and replace it with a new one I ordered from them.
I had to leave the DC-in board unscrewed because the damage recessed the screw-holes too far in not allowing for connection with powercord male. It sits loosely inside but the magnet on the powercord male moves it too connection. It works now.