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The internal plug is worn / bent. Or the notebooks connection is loose. You can try to bend the power pins (ever so slightly away from each other). So when you plug in you're adapter it maintains a tighter fit. Do this with the power off. The next step is to replace the notebooks power plug.
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
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