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You will need to determine whether the problem is the battery or the socket on the motherboard.
Remove the battery and try to boot it up on AC power only. If the laptop boots up and stays on as normal then the battery is the problem.
If the laptop won't switch on wiggle the wire while pressing the on/off button, see if there are any signs of life. If it tries to switch on then you have to have the adapter on the laptop motherboard looked at.
Posted on Jan 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is called the AC power Wall Socket is that what u r talking about do u think u can replace it i think u should call some elec guy to fix it like maintenance guy it has nothing to do with ur notebook its just the pins inside the socket got loose and ur plug is unable to stand in there am i right pls vote if u find me helpful
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
it sounds like the charger does not have sufficient wattage for your machine. i would try getting a certified acer power supply.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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I'm sorry to say that your initial fears are correct and the pin that the adapter connects to in the laptop is loose. This is a common problem with laptop's and can be easily dealt with.
Now I'm not going to tell you to open the laptop up and de-solder the adapter (unless you want me to).
Because this is a fiddly job and you have to order the correct adapter i recommend you take it to a reputable repair store and have them replace the adapter for you, don't let them tell you that you need a new motherboard as this is not the case at all, adapters can and do get regularly get fixed and is not that expensive.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
Everything has a life,such as Human ,You and me,so its life is short time.Battery has a life of period.It has a lithium cell ,some of cell damage.Change it.
Thanks ,Best luck .
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
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