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Fix laptop charging plug thingy not giving power to the laptops components?

Either my laptops plug is not working or the plug on the charger. All in all im not getting power to my laptops components and the battery is dead.

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i bet the solder on the connector inside the laptop broke, easy fix if you can solder

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1 - Reseat battery

2 - Try a different wall outlet.

3 - Try another charger

 

None of those work, probably have a bad DC jack and it needs to be replaced.

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18 hours ago, Terabyte_272 said:

if so I would try reseating the battery. what laptop is it?

lenovo y50-70. Will do that.

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18 hours ago, ITheSpazI said:

i bet the solder on the connector inside the laptop broke, easy fix if you can solder

I have soldered in the past, but dont wanna risk anything since this is really the only windows machine i have....

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18 hours ago, Optane^ said:

1 - Reseat battery

2 - Try a different wall outlet.

3 - Try another charger

 

None of those work, probably have a bad DC jack and it needs to be replaced.

1. Will do

2. Tried it

3. Lenovo has its shitty specific charger plug so i cant use any universal one. So im gonna have to buy another one, which costs 50$ just to try it out. Ah no thanks.

 

 

Well ive had this problem in the past, and gave it away so its fixed, and after it came back there was a cut in the charger and it looks like they have re wired something. Also the connector on the laptop looks like it's been replaced.

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6 hours ago, YourNewPalAlex said:

1. Will do

2. Tried it

3. Lenovo has its shitty specific charger plug so i cant use any universal one. So im gonna have to buy another one, which costs 50$ just to try it out. Ah no thanks.

 

 

Well ive had this problem in the past, and gave it away so its fixed, and after it came back there was a cut in the charger and it looks like they have re wired something. Also the connector on the laptop looks like it's been replaced.

If you have a local computer shop they should have an adapter.

 

If something was rewired something could have be shorted out..

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47 minutes ago, Optane^ said:

If you have a local computer shop they should have an adapter.

 

If something was rewired something could have be shorted out..

Ill just lend it to them and get it when its fixed, cant be bothered anymore.

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