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There is a step-down transformer inside the adapter the coverts the 230V/120V line voltage to the 12 V that your laptop needs. If this transformer malfunctions then you will have problems like this. A new adapter should solve your problem. I had a similar problem with my Inspiron about an year ago and a new adapter has solved my problem.
Hi there. All you have to get is the plug adapter when you go to the different countries, in most european counties exept UK you will find all the plug adapters are the same which in turn will save you money, buy the plug adapters when you get the country you are going to and take your power supply with you so they know what type of adapter you need, most european adapters are 2 pin.
You want to replace that keyboard? If so, I suggest you take it out and look at the bottom to see what the part number is. If NOT, then just google the 6715B Keyboard and purchase one that looks like the one you want.
No, you should check your adapter itself (there should be a label on the side of it) but all recent genuine Dell chargers accept anything from 100-240V at either 50 or 60hz. All you need is the outlet adapter you suggest as the UK supply is 230V at 50hz.
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