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AC adaptor After much use over the weekend. The AC adaptor is loose whenever I try to recharge the battery and does not stay on. Is there something I can do or should I just go take it to a repair shop? Thanks

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You mention AC adaptor is loose when you try to recharge the battery. Yes you need to bring to a repair shop because probably there is loose solder inside or if you know how to open it up and how to do solder you'll save some $$ money. Good luck.

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