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Do you have the old charger? if so have a look on the label for the output voltage V and current (A or mA) and wattage W.
It will be something like Output: 19V 3.16A 60W
or --------------------------- output volts:DC 15-24v 0-4.6A 70W Max
Then you can buy an equivalent one if you can't find the exact one.
You also have to have the correct size plug. But if you have the original you could have the plug fitted to another charger if you know anyone that can solder the wires for you. Just cut the plug off with 5 or 6 inches of lead left on it.
Posted on Feb 08, 2012
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