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I not sure what a "latern" is but I would suspect a bad cord or a faulty plug in (device side). Has the device been pulled, tugged, yanked, by the cord?
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Jun 02, 2012 | Computers & Internet
You have a bad DC connector, which came loose from the system board:
Here is a tutorial on how to fix a DC connector problem. You may want to have a tech fix it.
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