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Please change your power suply.

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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Unless you are skilled at totally disassembling your laptop and have the proper equipment to desolder and resolder the dc jack on your machine, you should take it to someone who can. I have seen too many machines that ended up having to have motherboard replacement due to being butchered during this removal process.

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