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The Adapter no longer works

The adapter for my "Brother GeoBook NB-60" no longer works. I can't power the computer on at all, and the batteries have already died. The Adapter cord doesn't appear to be visibly damaged, but there is obviously no current going through it when I plug it in. Is there a way to fix this/ a place to buy a new adapter?

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