[tog] Laptop charger fix
tanyabranagan at gmail.com
Tue Aug 11 22:01:52 CEST 2015
Thanks for all the advice about the charger! I have plugged the old charger
in which I was gonna nick the jack off, which I don't remember being
capable of charging this laptop before, but it seems to be doing it now.
The only thing is it outputs 4.74A and the other charger output 3.16A. Is
that way too much?
On 10 August 2015 at 18:49, Krzysztof Foltman <wdev at foltman.com> wrote:
> On 10/08/15 16:24, Tanya Branagan wrote:
>> Hey Tog friends,
>> I joined recently, and also, I'm an idiot who has recently broken my
>> laptop charger, by dropping the laptop on top of it and bending the jack
>> plug. Anyway, I thought I would ask for a bit of advice about fixing it. I
>> have an old charger with the same jack plug, is it a straightforward enough
>> snip off and solder on the other jack job, or is it something more
>> complicated that I shouldn't be messing with? Thanks for any tips you can
>> give! I'll probably drop in tomorrow anyway.
> You could even avoid soldering by using those spring-based WAGO connectors
> (222-412 or something similar). I *hate* soldering cables, the result tends
> to be pretty bad mechanically. Using connectors seems easier and possibly
> more robust and easier to repair. Just watch out for potential jokers
> swapping the polarity! ;-)
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