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A 12 gauge extension lead would do the job. However, typically they only are available 25 and 50 foot lengths. It would be okay to coil up the extra length if you go the fifty foot route. Alternately you can cut off the length you don't need and attach a female receptical. If you opt to shorten the cord, take care to not strip the outer sheath to far back. The cord strain relief is the clamp on the cord side of the receptacle and is intended to counter the forces produced while using the extension lead. The clamp must be able to close and clamp the sheath once the plug is assembled.
The biggest problem I have found is that the a/c adapter receptacle brushes against the chair and breaks the female receptacle on the motherboard. I know this may not solve your problem, but perhaps you can complain to the customer service department about the design.. PS. If you bought this with a Visa or Mastercard they double the manufacturers warranty automatically upon purchase. They also have great extended warranty plans for laptops around $70.00 for four years additional coverage, giving you a total of 6 years.
There are simple things that you can try first. Check the Monitor if it is turned on. There should be a light indicator if it is on or off. Usually it is next to the power button. Verify if the power cord is plugged in. Check the Video cable connector if they are tightly connected on both ends (tower and monitor).
Make sure the battery is charged. If not, plug the power charger and verify if its charging or not. If its charging, there might be a problem with your LCD. If its not charging, it could be a battery problem or charger problem.
Hi, I couldn't say what's wrong without looking at it but here are a few things to try: First, be sure that there is power. some laptops report 'plugged in' simply because the plug is in the computer. Check fuses etc. Second, remove the plug and then remove the battery. replace battery and re-plug the charger. This should reset the electrical system.