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Check your power adapter at the laptop make sure it isn't loose. If it isn't loose, check for a BIOS update from LG's website. Check the readme.txt file or on the website for what the BIOS update fixes to make sure that the update will fix it. I would give LG tech support a call to double check. If the BIOS update doesn't work then you have a hardware issue - the motherboard charging components maybe fried.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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