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If its a brand new charger and cord, so the problem can't be on the cords or the battery then its most likely the plug on the motherboard thats faulty, broken or loose. re soldering or properly soldering it in place should solve the problem, or replacing it incase the old one is broken.
now this should solve the problem, definitely if you move the plug around and you notice that it charges on some positions and not on others, then thats confirmed as your problem.
if replaceing or fixing that doesn't solve the problem then the issue is on the motherboard, could be the power circuits, or other related components on the motherboard, Now I do have laptop motherboards here next to me, it is going to be extremely difficult to replace and or find the faulty components on the motherboard and 90% of the time can't be done at home, you will need to seek the help of a professional or contact dell for repairs, if your on warranty it might be a free repair, but I can't guarantee that.
Posted on May 19, 2009
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