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HP EliteBook 745 G4 System Board Schematic
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HP EliteBook 745 G4 System Board Schematic

HP EliteBook 745 G4 System Board Schematic

(OP)
Does anyone have or know where I can get the schematic of parts on the HP EliteBook 745 G4 system board? pc

RE: HP EliteBook 745 G4 System Board Schematic

What are you trying to achieve?
You won't get a schematic of the board, it's HP proprietary, but if we know what you are trying to accomplish, we might be able to help.

Best Regards,
Scott
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RE: HP EliteBook 745 G4 System Board Schematic

(OP)
We are trying to replace a "3 lead surface mount" on the board. One pin is tied directly to the center pin of the DC input jack. Another pin to ground and the 3rd goes to a fuesable surface mount fuse. The part number on it is 403RJ, but we have not found where to purchase that part from. Thanks for any help you can provide. pc3

RE: HP EliteBook 745 G4 System Board Schematic

(OP)
Here is a pic of what I'm looking for.

RE: HP EliteBook 745 G4 System Board Schematic

The device is a transistor in a SOT-23 package, however the code appears to be a production code rather than a part number. I would say your best bet would be to post over at http://eng-tips.com, the tek-tips sister forum that deals with the engineering and hardware side of things, somebody there will quite probably have more experience at that level of repair detail.

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RE: HP EliteBook 745 G4 System Board Schematic

nastewart,
Can you provide a wider view shot of that transistor? There may be some indications printed on the board that will help me.
Also, you may de-solder it, and take it to an electronics component shop, and let them match it.

Best Regards,
Scott
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