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Repair there is a power adapter which is faulty.12v 2amp would like to see a schematic there is a smell which I conclude a component is burnt ribbon has changed colors could be i need new network circuit hard drive has one component which needs to be replaced I was under the idea this service was without cost please let me know if I am wrong there is a lot of data which I wouldlike to recover

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If it is a manufature defect (it sounds like it is) and your still under warenty it should be free to fix.

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