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hello, probably when the power jack was being changed, a connector cables was mistakenly tampered with,
therefore in order to fix this, try to unscrew the laptop, check all available cable that makes a connection. once you sight the cable that was tampered with, connect it back to its normal place, screw thelaptop back together then turn it on.
If there is power beside you,why not connect you laptop to the family power,it will be good to your acer aspire 9300 battery life .Pay attention to your acer aspire 9300 laptop have been 2 years old,i think it most properly some problem to your acer aspire 9300 battery.
Sounds like a over heating issue, try using caned air to blow and dust out of your fan area, then make sure when the system has ran for a while the fan does turn on (laptops to save on power don't run the fan constent only when the temp rises enough to need it. also make sure your not leaving the laptop run on blankets or pillows as they will block air flow through vents on the bottom or side of the laptop. Hard surface is best. if all else fails you can get a cooler pad to use with the laptop.
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