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Every time I plug in my charger it blows the house fuse

Do I need a new charger?

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Try to plug it into different outlet in different room..... if it happens again, then check wire (cable) that goes out of adaptor to wall, if there are some visible damages, or brakage, change either cable, or whole charger unit....

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