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My computer brand is:hp pavilion dv4000,the parts connect with charge not work,it's burned the part, i looking for this part to buy,anyother is good.i bought new battery,and new charge,when the battery good ,the computer working,so ,but the charge not working,so i know ,that's only part i need,could u help me find it.and i also need buy the tools to open my taptop.thank you,for u help!
my email is:candysog@hotmail.com

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