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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

procure a magsafe DC connector/jack?


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Grateful for your help. Am in London with MacBook, but magsafe connector ('T' style), just the connector itself, was literally ripped off and lost when it was caught in the door of a moving car. My bad! If I could find and buy a replacement DC jack, with or without a few inches of cable, I could solder the connections. Does anyone know of any sources of these connectors, used or otherwise, in the UK or the rest of the world?
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