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Charging problem with hpcompaq 6110

My laptop is a year old. each time i switch on the laptop with the power cord connected it goes on 'ac power' and the charging sign flashes for a second and becomes orange. it also gives a buzzing keeps flashing and buzzing all the time...the charging sign appears for a second and disappears..the laptop does get charged but very slowly..plz help

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