01.03.2016

Dc power adaptor plug

The output voltage must be the same, the amperage could be the same or higher than on the original power adapter. My old adapter was rated 19V and I’m thinking about replacing it with a universal adapter, you know the one with a variable voltage output. The problem was fixed as soon as I replace the universal adapter with the original adapter. I think there is a problem with the DC-IN power jack – the socket where you plug the AC adapter. I got a Sony Vaio VGN-FZ240E, and a few days ago my power adapter seemed to have shut off and at the same time my laptop just shut down. The replacement had a plug size adapter that went from a smaller size to a larger size to fit the laptop. Where can I find just the small plug adapter instead of buying a complete new power supply? I have developed a tear in the AC adapter at the location in which it connects with the black box. If the power cord is damaged, you’ll have to replace the whole unit and in your case I would do that as soon as possible.
Unfortunately, on that particular model the power jack harness is permanently attached to the motherboard.
I do, however, have an AC adapter which shows wear around the area where the cord meets the Adapter. My problem is the AC Adapter had 5 different size heads and only one of them fit the outlet. I really hate all these generic AC adapter with multiple heads and variable voltage output.
This worked fine for 30 days or so and then the battery light started blinking and it would not charge. The only way to find out what is wrong is testing the laptop with another known good AC adapter.
1-Is the DC power jack builted on the motherboard or it’s external & wired to the motherboard?
3-What is the good way to aboid damaging this power jack(inside the laptop), even i insert the connector with care ? Hi, my laptop is from Toshiba brand, model A200-204,when i connect the power supply, it’s hard to insert it into the DC jack socket, i feel now that the DC power socket is not rigid anymore even my laptop still new, and i don’t have problem with electric supply.
1-Is the DC power jack builted on the motherboard or it’s external & wired to the motherboard? You cannot tell which part is damaged until you disassemble the laptop and take a look inside.
I have lost my power adapter for my Asus M50Vc notebook and was wondering if i could use a smaller adapter to charge my notebook. Also the battery will not charge if it is below 80% charge when I am using the laptop but as soon as I turn it off and providing the ac is still connected it’ll recharge.
I have 2 notebooks (one is Dell and the other one HP) I realized that I have switched the power adapter using the Dell for the HP. I know you said that a higher amp was ok but I’m worried that using a higher voltage (+1V) on my HP would have damaged it.
Also the battery will not charge if it is below 80% charge when I am using the laptop but as soon as I turn it off and providing the ac is still connected it’ll recharge. I know you said that a higher amp was ok but I’m worried that using a higher voltage (+1V) on my HP would have damaged it. I checked the voltage output of my power adapter [toshiba 19V 6.3amp] and it indicated 48Volts.
If your laptop requires 19 Volts, I wouldn’t plug this adapter even when the laptop is off. Please tell me how I can tell whether the problem I’m having is a bad DC adapter plug or a bad DC power jack (on motherboard).
Yes, it’s very important but from my experience most adapters have the same polarity. Problem: After trying four different computers and trying four different data cables none of the computers can recognize the EHD. I tested the output of the adapter with a Fluke 73 and it indicates 12.10 volts as it should according to the specs plate on the adapter. However, in testing the amperage output, which is supposed to be 1.5A, the meter display does not show a steady output. I believe not all laptops will start on ac alone without the battery installed however I check with samsung and mine should. If the adapter is good but power LED doesn’t light up, there could be a problem with the DC jack.


I have no need to charge the batter on the Dell; my main concern is whether using the power adapter could potentially be damaged by using it in the Dell. If it’s same type of connector (with same polarity), probably you can use HP adapter on Dell laptop.
I have a Gateway ADP-65HB BB adapter, and when I plug it in, its output reads the right voltage, but then it immediately begins to drop until it reaches zero volts within 10 seconds or so. This item will be posted through the Global Shipping Program and includes international tracking. Estimated delivery dates - opens in a new window or tab include seller's handling time, origin postcode, destination postcode and time of acceptance and will depend on postage service selected and receipt of cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab. Will usually post within 1 business day of receiving cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab. All sales come with 12 month warranty covering manufacturing defects unless advertised differently.
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My old adapter was rated 19V and I’m thinking about replacing it with a universal adapter, you know the one with a variable voltage output. If you cannot remove the pin from the plug, you’ll have to replace the power adapter too or cut off the old plug and solder a new one.
When I turn off notebook than unplug the adapter and plug it back into the laptop, the battery starts charging again and the battery charge light works until I turn on the notebook.
Apparently, the power jack is not making good connection with the motherboard and has to be replaced or resoldered. Then from then on my power supply, the led light doesn’t turn on or even charge my battery anymore, all i hear is a faint “click click” noise as i plug in the power supply to the outlet.
I know what you are talking about, I’ve seen something like that on Toshiba adapters. The rubber is torn and the silver wire threads are showing and beginning to fray and be torn.
The AC adapter is a sealed unit and you cannot take it apart, cut off the damage part of the cord and reattach it back to the adapter. If you accidentally short wires inside the power cord while your adapter is connected to the laptop, you can damage the laptop.
Toshiba doesn’t sell this power jack harness separately and there is no power number for that harness. Find a damaged motherboard somewhere (maybe eBay) and use the power jack harness from there.
Purchase a generic power jack in RadioShack which fits your adapter and make a modification. That could be just a faulty AC adapter, maybe it’s not providing enough power for your laptop.
By the way, I don’t want to frustrate you but most likely the new motherboard is not brand new. Before I buy a new AC Adapter, or send it away for another 2 weeks, I thought I would post to get some opinions.
If the laptop still fails even after you replace the adapter, there must be a problem with the motherboard. I tried it works but i just want to be sure it wont blow up and set the neighboorhood on fire. Apparently, your laptop doesn’t like it either because the adapter is not putting out what it says on the label. So I cut off the end of my old one to put on the new one, but there is a blue wire in the middle of the new power supply.
They just give a steady amperage reading, usually 50% or higher than that written on the plate. The EHD begins to power up then shuts down and continues to repeat that cycle, never steadily running.


The voltage is good but the amperage reading is very erratic and I would like to know if this is a clear indicator that the brick has had it’s day. I was travelling and one day i noticed that it isnt getting any power (power light is off).
I am a novice with laptops, but willing to take the plunge and fix it if I can get some guidance. The Dell turns on with the HP adapter plugged in, but I don’t want to run it if it could damage my only adapter (I use the HP laptop normally). You can easily see the power led on the adapter slowly dimming out, until it’s completely dark.
You can easily see the power led on the adapter slowly dimming out, until it’s completely dark. PCR148 and the Harris Falcon , 152, 580 Battery and convert it into a Cigar socket and USB Charger output.
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You've read and agreed to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase your maximum bid amount. I’ve seen this problem happening many times before on Toshiba Satellite M35X and A75 laptops. Just ordered a same power supply, but I rather know what the problem is first before it happens again.
If you still experience the same problem even with a new adapter, take a closer look at the power jack. I have wrapped this area with electrical tape to stabilize it, however, the problem remains.
Or there could be something wrong with the motherboard, maybe the battery charging circuit is not working properly. Where do I buy a replacement – can I find it in stores like Best Buy or do I need to order it specially online? 0.8 amps and flashing various other output readings in fractions of a second but never just a steady reading. Now, this is totally silly, I know, but I opened the sealed adapter case, in hoping to find an obvious damage on some easily replaceable component, but didn’t notice anything strange. Now, this is totally silly, I know, but I opened the sealed adapter case, in hoping to find an obvious damage on some easily replaceable component, but didn’t notice anything strange. This allows the Battery to power external equipment and also Charger USB charged products, I-Pad, I-Phone, Tablets, MP? players.
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I know I probably need a new battery as it is the original and I’ve had the laptop for 4 years. The dc-dc convertor should easily supply the power requirement of approx 70W, as it is rated at 150W.
I’m about to the point of letting someone with the right equipment have at it to repair it.



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