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My laptop is not receiving any current when plugged.

My laptop battery is not charging and no current is on it.And each time i plug it, no current is into it.But i tried to use it without the battery its still not working.So what do i do about it.
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I suppose you try replacing the power adaptor and if you find battery charging then there could be problem with the power adaptor

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