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    Angry adapter for sony notebook??????

    broke my charger, need a new one, where can i find one, itsone of those vaio version laptops. its athlon 1400 & windows xp.

    broken charger said: 19v adapter!!!!!
    find me one??? plz

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    How did you break it?
    Surely they cant be that easy to break.

    Anyway youll probably need the model number but see if you can find it here Sony US

    They look expensive.
    Last edited by turkster; 18-04-2004 at 07:07 PM.

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    i crushed the end bit (bit where it goes into the laptop), they are expensive. i fund a website 2 weeks ago, did the thing for £50, but cant find it now , theyt have it in ebuyer for £90, oh well

    thx for the help

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    You mean you broke the plug on the laptop end?

    If this is the case there is no way i'd pay £90 for a repllacement. Surely it cant be that hard to fix. I dont know sony laptops but do they use generic plugs or are they semi standard? Either way i'd definatly have a go at fixing it first.

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    A trip to Maplin will tell you if the plug is generic or not. If you can find a plug to match it, cut of the existing plug, strip down the wire and solder the new one on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Merlin
    A trip to Maplin will tell you if the plug is generic or not. If you can find a plug to match it, cut of the existing plug, strip down the wire and solder the new one on.
    nah, i been to this electri... place, they said that its special made so you have to buy the whole thing again

    so come on lads one last look at the net for '19v sony vaio adapter', before i buy it for £97 from ebuyer

    thanks

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    Do you have a digital camera that you could use to take a pciture and show us what is broken exactly? Dont always believe electriblokies just cos they work in a shop.
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    nah im at college, i drew it, its special made, you have to buy the part from sony, which could take a while


    im still looking at google to find the cheapest i can !!!

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    Serlex, any chance you could tell us WHICH vaio it is, as in model number, please? Different models=different wattage even if the voltage is the same.

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    yeah thats what im worried about, i thought all the vaio laptops use the same adapter, because in ebuyer:http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/produ...duct_uid=47687
    they only have one adapter...

    any way MODEL is (are)
    it says model: PCG-9E6M, at the buttom of laptop
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    model: PCG-FX702, just by the keyboard, wtf im confused

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    You can buy 3rd party replacements for about the £50-£60 mark, but in terms of original parts, the cheapest I could find was http://www.greatsaves.co.uk/product.asp?id=2520 £79 inc VAT. Is that any use to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nichomach
    You can buy 3rd party replacements for about the £50-£60 mark, but in terms of original parts, the cheapest I could find was http://www.greatsaves.co.uk/product.asp?id=2520 £79 inc VAT. Is that any use to you?
    dam it, to late, i ordered it from ebuyer of £97,
    http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/produ...duct_uid=50895
    hope its the right one

    thanks for the help anyway

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    I hope so too - all the refs I can find list that adapter for the GR-series machines, but it could well be cross-compatible. Guess you'll find out soon though.

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