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I have seen this happen as well. Usually it is caused by corrosion on the cable connectors. Clean the connectors with rubbing alchol or electrical cleaner and see if that helps. It may only work for a while as over time the corrosion comes back. It usually happens on cheep aftermarket cables.
Stop using that charger. I sounds like you have a break in the wire and when you hold it in the right position, the two pieces touch and current flows. Unfortunately the heat is probably being caused by arcing and is a potential fire hazard.
You should choose the right charger depending on your original adapter's specification. If the original one need 90w, you won't buy 75w that will bring damage to your laptop. If it needs 75w you can use 90w too.
your needle has worn down, or the RCA leads(red & white) arn't plugged in to the phono socket on the amp,or you haven't selected phono on the source select,or you have the tape monitor button switched on.
Try this, it worked for me:- Obtain a desktop style charger for the LI 70B battery and charge it separately from the camera. I got a charger at very low cost on eBay. I THINK that the original camera plus original charger won't cope with deeply discharged batteries. I also suggest making sure that the Auto-Power-Down is also switched ON in future. Good Luck.
The first thing to do is check that the charger is putting out the correct voltage, which should be ~18 volt. Then try to start it without the battery. If your voltage is OK and the battery out makes no difference, then I would suspect that you have a motherboard problem that must be fixed. If the computer starts up if you wiggle the DC plug where it goes into the computer, then it's the DC jack that is looks and must be re-soldered.