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Charger -chirping noise

My charger, whenever plugged in to an outlet starts chirping.Even if i disconnect the wire connecting directly to the laptop; ( leaving me with the prong and the block)

When just that is attached to the block and has a source of power that it chirps repetitely.

The second its unplugged it chirps once more and then sound like a dying battery opperated toy.

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  • kerrieanne Sep 04, 2009

    I was hoping it wouldn't come to that but oh well

    Any chance you'd know where I could possibly find one?

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It sounds like the capacitors in your charger are starting to give out. I would buy another.

Posted on Sep 03, 2009

  • ahmad hasan Sep 04, 2009

    I would try ebay, but first I would get the number off the one you have and look that way to make sure you get the right one.

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