04-11-2017 11:37 PM
I'm having issues with my charger port, like I have to position the AC adapter to a certain position in order for my laptop to charge. If I just leave the cord as it is without anything to support it, like placing a book on the side and pushing the adapter cord thing a little bit upwards, my computer won't charge at all. Since two screwdrivers are missing on the bottom of the laptop the yellow port has been moving for a while, such as sometimes coming off a bit so I have to push the bottom to get the port back inside.
My warranty expired over a year ago and I don't know what to do now. I researched and saw that you can replace the charger port by buying a new one and taking off the cover at the bottom of the laptop in order to replace the broken one. But should I fix it myself or should I take it to a professional to fix it for me, even though my warranty expired long ago? Please help! I would really appreciate it.
04-12-2017 05:58 AM
Hi there, Perry -
Thank you for writing in to the Lenovo Forum - happy to have you here today.
Please find the part number below for DC in cable. Click here for HMM
Vienna DC-IN Cable - 90204936
Otherwise, having it tested on a computer repair shop can help as they would have necessary tools to test the machine with specially Hence, i would recommend contacting Lenovo service centres and applying the normal phone techniques to get it replaced promptly or assist you further.
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