I WAS VERY SILLY AND PUT THE WRONG VOULTAGE ON MY LAPTOP I PLUGGED IT IN AT 24V INSTEAD OF 19V AND NOW IT WILL NOT WORK AT ALL . SOMEONE SAID THE BOARDS ARE BURNT OUT AND IT IS NOW WORTHLESS AQM I BEING RIPPED OFF.
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i would try purchasing a universal laptop charger on ebay and see if it works. they are under 25 bux. worse case scenario you will have a backup ac adapter. be careful plugging in other ac adapters because the polarity could be wrong or it could have to much amps
You must have some knowledge atleast about the various kinds of power supplys used in different electronic appliences. Otherwise you can't move further. The power supply generally goes to various ICcs and switching devices in the motherbord for differnt purposes. It varies from manufacturer to manufacturer; model to model and so on. What about your status in electronics? The output voltage of the adapters - and thus which in the motherboards- varies form company to company and model to model. You can veiw it on the adapter as ' OUTPUT:19V, 4.74A' and like this. It will be the reading that you must get with the adapter. If you don't get this voltage -without plugging it in the AC outlet- the adapter is faulty. If you don't get the voltage mentioned in the adapter on the motherboard- if the adapter is good- then it is somthing wrong on the motherboard.Reply if you need further assistance.
it sounds to me that your adapter that charges your laptop is faulty or the charging port on it is faulty your should try to purchase another adapter and if this fails you will have to have it repaired i hope this helps!
Check to make sure that the adapter (where it plugs into the back of your computer) is not loose. I know that I just had to replace mine due to the saudering coming loose. If when you plut it in and you can move it around and there is play to it, then you need to have the "charging port" replaced with a new one. Usally this means taking it into a computer service to have them take apart the lap top and fit a new one.
The Brick is the external power adapter, My acer uses model # ADP-60XB 19V X 3.16A= 60 Watts Yours I believe is also a 19V but I believe the amps are 3.45 making yours a 65Watt power supply ac/dc adapter.
Test the voltage, if your unsure how, take it to Radio Shack and have them do it.