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My four year old G4 laptop stopped taking a charge...took it to the Apple store and it worked fine, but got it home and it wouldn't work, so I took it back...works fine in the store, but got it home and it won't work...tried different adapters in the store, including mine and they all work...tried all different outlets in my house...any ideas before I take it back to the store?
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Other than Gremlins in your home, the only thing I can think of is that your house voltage\current is not normal. Do you have any way to check the AC mains in your home, perhaps with a VOM?

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