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WTB: Powerbook G4 Adapter 65W

Oct 2, 2005
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I'm looking for a power adapter for my powerbook. Mine has a short and I've been using it for a while, but it's finally gone.

All I really need is the square to be honest, but I'm wiling to buy the whole thing. So if anyone has an extra one just laying around I would be glad to buy it.

please pm me or email me at [email protected]

Oct 16, 2006
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Your Mac's Specs
MacBook 2.0 GHz Core2Duo 3 GB RAM 200 GB Hard Drive SuperDrive
i have an old adapter that was yanked out of the powerbook and deformed the contact ring that it will no longer power my powerbook. brick should still be fine i'd imagine. pm me an offer.
Apr 21, 2005
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My "connector" on my G4Powerbook is messed up. I mean it's bent up and wiggles around and I have a hard time getting a connection.

What do you think? Can't I go to an electronics store and buy a new male adapter, cut and splice a new one onto the darn thing? I don't want to buy a whole new power adapter -- seems dumb.

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