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ronnyb
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T440S cable from AC Adapter to the Laptop

Do you know where to find the cable that the AC/DC Adapter to the laptop ? It's the cable that come out from the black box to the Laptop.

 

Thank you

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Re: T440S cable from AC Adapter to the Laptop

Hi ronnyb, and welcome to the Lenovo User Community! I'm sorry, those cables are not sold separately. They are captive to the adapter and it is considered to be one single part. I'm curious as to why you need this?

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ronnyb
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Re: T440S cable from AC Adapter to the Laptop

Thank you 

The wire got exposed and it doesn't work properly.

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Re: T440S cable from AC Adapter to the Laptop

Ah OK. You might save some time by surfing the holiday sales and finding a replacement for the whole thing.

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Re: T440S cable from AC Adapter to the Laptop

I think any repair is unlikely to be safe for long-term use.  Having said that, I have repaired then.  I cut the entire cord (both wires) in the area that was damaged .  I stripped about 2 inches of outer insulation from each side. and about 1/2" of inner insulation from each of the 4 wires, I slid a 3" piece of 1/4" heat-shrink tubing over the longer pair of wires. I slid a 1 1/2" piece of 1/8" heat shrink tubing over one side of each pair of wires.  I then twisted each of the matching pairs together.  I  soldered each pair and folded the soldered joint over so that it was next to its insulation.  I slid the 1/8" tubing over the joints and heated them to shrink the tubing. Finally, I slid the 1./4" tubing over the entire area and heated that.


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