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No power when cord is plugged in

The adapter shows power (green light is on) until it is plugged into the computer, then nothing (green light goes out)

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  • justaguynca Sep 07, 2009

    how do i fix that?

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Make sure the end attached to the brick is plugged in snugly,try removing the plug from the brick and reattach.If possible and you have a similar plug try it.If it lights up then you might have a bad plug.If not you might want to replace it.
Good luck

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A possible short on the power input plug at laptop end

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

  • dennis bullard Sep 07, 2009

    the only way to fix it is to submit it for repair

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