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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
all you really need to do to find out if it might be broken is to check and see if that DC Jack on the computer is "wiggling" around, if the center part is moving around. If it is, then there is a chance that it is broken. I used to work at a computer store where the owner would resolder new DC power Jacks into laptops, but he was the only one in town who did that. So you might want to check around at the local computer repair or electronics stores to see if someone does that type of thing. Also, have the power supply checked out, it could just be dead.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
If your system won't boot up with just the AC adapter connected, it means to say that there's a problem with the AC adapter or the motherboard of the computer. Basically, if the AC adapter or the motherboard is damaged, you won't get a charged battery. If there's another AC adapter that you can try your computer with then that will be great. If antoher AC adapter works, then you just have the AC adapter replaced. If a known AC adapter didn't work then you may need to consider replacing the motherboard of the computer.
Posted on May 07, 2009
here is a complete list of bios code...
you will need to find out what BIOS chip is on the mobo...
hope this helps you out, when mine did it, it was much easier than this i found a bad connection at the power plug.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
It sounds like you may need to oil the blades with the clipper oil that is included with the kit when you bought it. The blades will become gummy and sticky after use. The "Wahl oil" provided with the clipper is specially designed to "de-gum" the blades and let them move freely. The knob you speak of only holds it from rotating and should have any affect on run time. The only other possibility is if the rechargable battery is at the end of its life which shouldn't be the problem unless it has been used a great deal.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
I have had a similar problem but not with this PC. Some power cords look the same but are slightly different in design. They may fit but often the cords are built differently and over time the pins wear and lose contact.
First, try another power cord from something you know is working. If this doesn't solve the problem then we need to look at the power supply itself.
That may have blown or overheated and cooked something (it happens). If the CPU fan is dirty with dust and you use the PC on non-hard surface ie. no air flow underneath, you will cook the thing.
The fact that the power supply doesn't light up indicates to me its simple power cord problem or a dead supply.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
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