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Ultimate Geek


#62690 12-Jun-2010 18:28
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my 4ish year old HP power supply needs some attention to the power lead from the PSU to the laptop. I was wondering if anyone could recommend anywhere that might repair said PSU in either ideally the Onehunga area of Auckland or central Welly as will be down south for a few days next week.



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Master Geek

  #341093 12-Jun-2010 23:48
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Some attention? The lead from the power brick to the laptop needs work? Is it damaged? Unless it's just the lead that you could propbably do yourself, I would think most workshops would tell you source a new one or use a DSE multi-voltage heaps of plug attachments type one.


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  #341304 13-Jun-2010 20:52
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I don't have the tools with me at the moment and the damage is pretty much at the psu. Not much spare cable at all. I will have a look at the DSE one - thanks for the input

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