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Posted by Anonymous on
Seems the laptop connector has been disturbed, pull, tugged on. A connection most likely is loose in the machine(motherboard) or could be a defect in
manufacturing. If new return it or ask the manufacturer for a repair/replace.
They will most likely suspect customer damage.
Posted on Oct 31, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If prior to this it works intermittently with the AC adapter, it means the connection from the adapter power unit to the motherboard was lost and this is a typical problem with the Thinkpad. It needs a re-soldering job and not something that one can do without a proper repair manual on how to open the laptop. Try googling your problem and find out if someone has the same experience and managed to resolder by him/herself.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
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