I check the input power connector and there is 16v but when I slide the turn on/reset button nothing happens. No light on, no fan on, nothing. Can you tell me how to bypass the reset button to see if this is the problem, or how to test the reset button panel?
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Yes, it is a switching power supply meaning that it automatically detects 120v (US) or 240v (EU) voltage. The only thing you might need is an adapter to convert the actual plug in from US to EU standards; they can be picked up for just a few dollars.
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It's probably the power socket on the laptop not the power jack on the AC adapter. You need to open the laptop by removing the casing screws. Then remove the motherboard from the base so a new socket can be soldered on.