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Could be three things causing this. First, the DC jack soldered on the motherboard could be loose. Over time the solder will crack loose. Most likely this is the problem. Second, the AC adapter could be going bad. Finally, the battery could be going bad. Each of these items should be checked.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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