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My power cord is not detected. I am plugging it in at a usual spot.

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The power jack on your laptop is a common fail item, and often come loose from the system board. If it feels loose, and doesn't charge your laptop, first, have someone check to make sure the adapter is putting out voltage. If it is, there is most likely damage to the power jack.

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