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Thanks for your suggestion but I've tried the adapter connections and all is OK. The green light blinks regularly and I assumed that this indicates an overload. The problem occurred while I was using the laptop - there was a click from the area of the power supply unit (top left) and all went dead.
Any more suggestions welcome.
Don Barrett (Ilkley)
Thats what i suggested earlier, the AC adapter in the laptop has blown, thats what causing the feedback/overload. you can fix the problem yourself but it is a big job!!!
If you need the problem resolving straight away, then take it to be repaired, under warranty if its still covered by it!!
Sorry for the misunderstanding
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