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How A HP Laptop Charger Can Be Damaged

A Laptop Charger is usually quite tough and can withstand a fair bit of punishment. However this does not mean they are invincible and it may only take one drop on the floor to break it for good. Impacts such as a drop can dislodge components inside the charger stopping its proper or safe functioning. If you were to stand on the tip you could bend the metal end meaning you were no longer able to plug the HP Laptop Charger in to the laptop. Another favourite is the pet that chews through the cable. Rabbits, cats and dogs are the usual suspects and it is obviously unsafe to continue to use a HP Pavilion Charger with bare wires on show.

So with various ways you can damage the HP Pavilion DV6400 Laptop Adapter it may be inevitable that at some time as a laptop owner you will need to look for a replacement. With the help of Laptop Power UK you can quickly and cheaply find a replacement laptop power supply that will tick all of your boxes and provide you with lasting laptop power.

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