Question about HP Pavilion zd8000 Notebook
This happens even when plugged in. also plug keeps falling out of insertion slot
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This overheating problem is due to the bad connection with the power supply. Check the jack on the machine to see if it's cracked, broken, or loose. If it is, then you need to have it fixed imediately. A broken or loose jack can cause an electrical arch and do severe damage to the machine. If the jack is good check the supply. if the supply is worn out, loose, and not making a good connection it can do damage as well.
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