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iBook - a/c adaptor for ibook burnt out!

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has anyone experience of their a/c adaptor dying?

or was it just mine. lol

- just working on my laptop here and suddenly the light doesnt come on. Thought it was a powercut. but no!

ive had my ibook for a fair few years - approx 4 and luckily for me i had a spare a/c.


The old a/c was RED hot so i guess it burnt out.

ah well they dont last for ever.

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ya that happened to me as well, it's not just yours!

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Just wondering have you tried a different lead, like a two porn kettle lead?

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I think there is a class-action suite over power adapters for the ibooks.
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