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Why did you have to buy a new adaptor? Did it suddenly stop working or was the problem intermittent?
It's my guess the adaptors are fine - very unlikely all three are bad - It's the connector in the laptop that's the problem - it's loose or was pushed too far in at some point so it can't make a tight connection. A good tech should be able to solder it on the inside. Hopefully, you can return at least one of the adaptors.