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Laptop connection not charging battery also turns off from time to time.

Hi there mike you gave me a solution about my connections problems.when you say bend the 2 prongs do you mean the one inside and the one on the lead aswell.

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Hello benno565, just the one's inside. This should give you a better connection (tighter), so the AC adapter is not too loose.
Think of things is this manner. You have a cable power cord that you plug into a wall outlet. You don't want to leave it plugged into the wall so you unplug it when your finished. Over time the power cord no longer fits tightly in the wall socket. So if you bend the power cable's prongs just a little bit (away from each other) the power cord has a tighter fit when plugged into the wall socket.

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Hi benno565, it's not shorting it's too loose from plugging & unplugging, hence your notebook is not getting a steady charge. You can bend the two prongs (every so slightly apart from each other), (carefully), this will give you a better connection or you can just replace the AC adapter. Your battery seems unable to hold a charge, that defenitly needs replaced.

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