Question about HP Pavilion dv9700t Notebook PC
I plugged in a laptop using a universal laptop power adapter, and now it stinks.
I plugged in a laptop using a universal laptop power adapter, and now it stinks as if it burned out or shorted before. The adapter probably used the wrong voltage. Should I only replace the power connector board? Or the whole system board?
Connecting a power adapter with the wrong voltage or current can be
deadly for most electronics, and especially "sensitive" ones, such as
laptops... If I were you, I wouldn't take the risk - and change the
whole system board!
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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