Question about HP Pavilion zd7000 zx5000 zv5000 presario 3000,R3000 Series 120W Laptop AC Adapter-360699-001 CD-ROM Drive
Im a 16 year old boy and my laptop charger is very hot. one day i was in my room and i saw that my laptop was no longer charging so i went to touch the charger and it was so hot i was almost burned so i let it cool down in a cool place my living room and it start working again but now its always hot and its making a buzzing noise is this safe for my laptop its only the middle part thats hot. not the tip of it are anything.
Get a new one, or if you have some technical know how you can unscrew the middle part and see what really wrong. Something has probably melted. I have two batteries and both of them I took to Britain and since then I noticed the hotness cause I just replaced the front wire with a british one. So ya Repleace it, try toget it fixed or fix it yourself. I can be dangerous.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Same with me what i did was, i plugged it in while shut down until 100 percent..this wont fix the problem but reduce it, put the color qaulity down will help a little bit, lower your graphics options, and other stuff. if your online gaming or using something that has high graphics it might be the case.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
Many of HP's laptop power supplies get very hot when in use. I've never had a problem with mine, per se, but my girlfriend and her brother both have the same laptop, and theirs get as hot as mine. Her brother's stopped working one day, and I took it to my shop. It provided 18.5 (actually 18.87) volts perfectly fine under no load, but when plugged into the laptop, it would get hot and after about 5m, stop providing voltage. After getting inside (NOT an easy task) the problem appeared to be a group of solder joints that had, due to heat expansion and contraction, lost all but partial contact with the circuit. When the charger would get hot, the board would flex and the circuit would break. I haven't gotten around to it yet, but I should be able to fix the problem by resoldering the offending joints.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
Check your computer's web site for a recall on its chargers. you may have a potential fire lurking with the one you got. I can see it getting warm, but not HOT!
Posted on May 27, 2008
Mine does it too my firdt charger broke and this is the new one thats gettin hot one day i went up to my room and got my cpu out from under my bed and the brick was so hot you could smell it!!! i dnt want it to catch fire so i unplug it from the wall and from the other half untill it cools
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
Generally, the battery charger has protection overcharge and overheat, how long you had charged the battery? and maybe some wrong with your charger. Maybe it can help u. http://www.my-battery.co.uk/laptop-ac-adapter/hp.htm PR: wait... Ihp laptop charger is hot!!!! - favicon.ico. L: wait... LD: wait... I: wait... wait... hp laptop charger is hot!!!! - favicon.ico... I: wait... L: hp laptop charger is hot!!!! - favicon.ico/a> YCat: wait... I: wait... Top: wait... I: wait... WR: wait...
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
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