Question about Acer Aspire 5100 Notebook
Either Have A Failing AC Adapter, Or A Failing DC Jack
you can test the AC Adapter using a multimeter (available at any home improvement center for $6)..
The DC Jack Would Need To Physically Be Checked To See If It's Faulty... which would intail removal of all parts down to the motherboard and visually inspect the DC Jack (the port where the Charger Cord Plugs into)
Remove The Battery... Plug AC Adapter Into Laptop.. Attempt To Power On....
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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