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Inspiron n5110 charger problem?

I have a Dell Inspiron n5110 with a charger provided to me by the company along with the product. The charger's model is fa90pm111 with an output of 19.5 volts 4.62 ampere DC. It's input is 11-240v AC with 50/60Hz and 1.5A current (AC).The problem that I am having is that when I plug the charger in to my laptop, it does not charge, although the green LED turns on and is flickering somewhat (which is not normal), along with this LED for Charging on laptops turns on and then instantly off after an interval of almost 20-30 seconds regular. I plugged in my laptop to another charger, which does not have same specifications though, my laptop turned on, though with (plugged in, not charging) showing in the taskbar, and laptop's funtions were normal. So can anyone Please help me out of this problem? I really do not want to go on to buy new chargers or batteries considering financial issues, Thanks!


if your adapter under warranty,i think you can change a new one from the shop,or you only can change a new one charger.
Before spending money on a new Dell Inspiron n5110 battery or charger, determine if it was the battery or the charger being underperformed or defective. Remove the battery and charger/ac adapter/power cord from your Dell Inspiron n5110 laptop, press and hold the power button for 20 seconds to discharge any residual current inside the laptop. This clears your RAM and is like a hardware reset. Replace the battery and charger/ac adapter/power cord and turn your Dell Inspiron n5110 on. Take the battery out and power on your Dell Inspiron n5110 with the charger only. Make sure your Dell Inspiron n5110 power jack and charger plug tip are securely connected. Did you notice the power jack loose? You can find Dell Inspiron n5110 power jack on OKorder. Fixing and soldering the power jack requires professional skill though. Also the charger green/blue LED should be on. If not, replace the defective charger. Both the Dell Inspiron n5110 battery and charger, especially its power cord/cable, need to be replaced every few years, consider buying a lifetime warranty charger online from company like topmic

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