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No power when plugged to mains not charging battery

Getting no power to the laptop from adapter have tried other adapter of same make and model apears to be a fault of the internal pick up can this be replaced and how thanks

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Hello,

In that case it was proven that the power input to the laptop got an error, however try remove the battery and power it by the laptop adapter and switch on. if the system boot, the battery need to be replaced, but if does not power on, you have to check the power input of the laptop, maybe the fuse in it blown out. You can let the vendor do it for you, or bring it to the service center if you can hardly do the job in fixing it.

that problem require a series of testing. so if you need more information notify me for further solution. melnavz

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