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Old 03-08-2013, 09:59 AM   #8
DustyDisks
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Originally Posted by zuzulous View Post
Filark, yep, it's still attached. One of the first things I did was gently use the end of a small paperclip to "poke around" in both the end of the charger and the socket, thinking perhaps there was some debris keeping it from making a connection.
Just a small warning, if you use anything metal to "poke" into the plug end of the charger
otherwise known as a "wall wart" you run the risk of blowing the fuse that is sealed in the charger and generally it is non-replaceable for most people.

If any probing is done make sure everything is unplugged from the wall/mains, so you do not damage the power supply.

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