Question about Computers & Internet
Are you talking about the laptop charger? Was it wet when you plug it in?
Wipe the plug with dry cloth and try to plug it in directly to another wall socket. If it still cannot power up it means the charger must have been fried. You must replace it. You cannot repair the charger by yourself.
I suggest you bring the charge to a radio shack for spec reference
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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