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Wont operate on battery

Ferritt chewed ac cord, now battery wont charge. Are there any fuses or will it need new ac adaptor, or worse

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You will definitely need to replace the ac adapter. I had a similar situation & replacing the adapter with a new one solved the problem.

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Hello bzbeeus,

I'm afraid to tell you that you will need a new ac adaptor. Your ferritt chewing threw your cord did not blow any kind of fuse (besides the fact that there isn't one).

Basically you can search on amazon.com they always have great deals and price comparisons on things of this nature.

Hope this helps steer you in the right direction, thank you for choosing Fixya!

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If you AC adopter is all that's damaged then you can simply buy a new Adopter. it is common with the Dell Latitude D600 for the battery to not be inserted properly and therefor will not charge. push it down and make sure the green light comes on.

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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