Laptop Charger Messed up...

Discussion in 'Computer Hardware, Devices and Accessories' started by Princess Rozalin, May 20, 2011.

May 20, 2011
  1. Princess Rozalin
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    Member Princess Rozalin †GBAtemp Official Princess Of Roses†

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    Okay well heres what happened my Laptop it's like 2 Years already since I bought it and today my Laptop charger crapped out on me.My Laptop it's working and the Charger slightly work I have to bent it to work.

    What I'm worried is that I been thinking about leaving the tip Plugged in and Disconnecting my Laptop from the electical outlet and connecting it back in when I need to charge it.Now what I'm wondering is will that messed up my Laptop?

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    PS: Sorry if it's kinda Dark
     
  2. Scorpei

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    Although I don't really get the problem fully (not sure what you mean) I think you mean to say your cable is fractured somewhere near the tip. Either that or the socket is broken on your laptop side. Both can't do all that much damage aside from spikey network load (power net) but could also be a fire hazard (though I have yet to see that). Just get it fixed [​IMG].
     
  3. Originality

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    Power fluctuations can cause damage to any electrical device. The charger itself will take the power spike caused by turning it off and on from the mains, and it should be able to last a very long while before the components wear out, but the fact that the wire is damaged on the laptop end means that the battery won't get a stable power supply, and that is one of the biggest factors to batteries dying (along with heat and excessive charge cycles).

    Best to get it fixed/replaced.
     

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