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My mains power lead has stopped working. Any ideas?
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For what device?

Which lead exactly?

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I have a Macbook Pro laptop.

The lead that connects it to power and charges it has stopped working.
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Have you checked the fuse in the plug to make sure it is OK.

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I'll do that thanks
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Even simpler - have you tried other outlets or tried plugging different devices into that outlet?

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I have a Macbook Pro laptop.

The lead that connects it to power and charges it has stopped working.
This is called the computers power supply.

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Once you've made those checks..... Does the light on the connector glow? What colour?

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I Have tried other things in that socket and they work. Going to check the fuse. No light on the cable.
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