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[Want] Non-Working Macbook/Pro Power Adapter

Jul 25, 2008
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I'm looking for a non-working power brick for a MacBook or a MacBook Pro.

Unfortunately, due to some wear and tear at the base of the magnetic connector, the cable is broken and as a result prevents my MacBook from charging. I would like to get a defective unit because I would take the magnetic connector off the non-working power brick and put it on mine. I was hoping to find one on ebay, but the only thing I could find was broken MacBooks (go figure).

So, anyone who happens to have a non-functional power unit around, I'll be happy to take it off your hands.

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