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I recently had trouble with my laptop charger, which was purchased a year ago. At first the charger would keep flashing on and off, then the other day whilst plugged in the charger end melted. What is the cause of this problem, and would it affect my laptop functioning in the long run seeing as it was plugged in when it melted. Would i still be able to use another charger on the laptop?
This also happened to me :( yes you can use a dirffeeent charger but it is Likly that it would happen again I use my moms and it starts melting but when it is plugged into my moms computer it doesn't so probably our laptops just draw alot of power :
Posted on Jun 28, 2011
The cause was high resistance in the charger, probably from a poor solder joint. It is likely your laptop was not damaged. You can use another charger.
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