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A litlle problem?

Hello! i have a Toshiba Satellite M45-S269 from 1 year.it a good laptop and was hard to buy.about 2 weeks i observ that, when i put into the outlet the ac adapter, the blue LED who indicate that laptop charging, IS NOT like beggining, not luminate strong, it weak;the ac adapter is ok.the laptop is ok, but this sign in strange. i hoppe you told me what is happening. best regards! thanks!

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You don't need to worry about it unless u start having issues with the battery backup or charging. Revert back if you having any issues till date.

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