Question about Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook
If you are able to test the voltage at the tip of the charger unit and it has the correct voltage and supplied amps.....then I would say that the DC port on the laptop may be failing. The center of the jack which carries the positive charge to the motherboard can be damaged over time by normal use from the charger being plugged in and moved during normal everyday use. The problem may be alleviated by changing out the DC port.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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