Hi everyone, I have a laptop that has a DC jack that’s not the usual style that’s soldered onto the motherboard - it’s just wired over to the edge of the laptop. The problem is that the plastic retainer broke, so the jack just fell into the laptop. I opened the laptop to attempt a repair and that’s what I found. Does anyone have a suggestion for fixing this? The plastic is too cracked and broken to be repaired by simply gluing a crack - it’s totally deteriorated. It seems that the stress of being plugged in and yanked out along with the age of the laptop has broken apart this plastic retaining slot. The picture shows the cable plugged into the jack and the jack is currently in its housing, but it’s too broken to hold it longer than after being unplugged and plugged back in one more time.