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Power adaptor connection to Satallite M30 loose

I have a Satallite M30 laptop. When I plug in my Toshiba power adaptor after charging up fully the connection seems loose and now sometimes my computer doesn't charge and shuts down on me. It is odd as the connection in my laptop doesn't move, but the connection from the power adaptor doesnt fit snugly, and yet we tried a universal power adaptor and there was no power. He told me it would be a $400 repair job, I think I am being ripped off! Help could this really be that expensive to fix if it isn't the power adaptor which I don't think it is?

thank you so much.
Liz

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Well..that adaptor is in side on the motherboard, which costs around 150.00 to 200 bucks..and two hours of labor, easy for this..

not that far off..

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