How to Repair Laptop Adapter Burned Out ?

Here are the easiest tips and step-by-step guide to doing it. Follow this whenever your laptop charger gets burned out or malfunctions.

These helpful tips can be used to repair any laptop adapter no matter the laptop brand, whether it’s windows or mac.

Steps to repair a burned-out Laptop Adapter

  •  Unplug the adapter and open it up gently
  •  Check the fuses first if there is any issue there 
  • Check the filtering capacitor   
  • Replace the damaged part  
  • Buy another adapter compatible with your laptop

1 Unplug the adapter and open it up gently

The first you want to do is to discharge it from your laptop, unplug the adapter from the socket and open it up gently if its burns then the smell is evidence and the capacitor itself might be affected, you may also see sometimes the liquid electrolyte from the busted capacitor. Here is the next thing to do.

2. Check the fuses first and if there is any issue

Check the fuses first and if there is any issue there check the rectifier, D.C, and the A.C, are they reading ok? if yes, then it might just be the capacitor, you are lucky enough, to follow this to find and repair your laptop adaptor.

3. Check the filtering capacitor 

The next thing you want to do is to check the capacitor (it is the largest cylindrical component inside the adapter box). Sometimes you can see the damage. It can be obvious most times, the burst and liquid electrolyte.

4. Replace the damaged part  

  • Take the specifications of the capacitor ” µF and v” and replace with the compatible rating.
  • Try to change it,  by using your soldering iron.
  • Remove it by heating the pinpoints of the capacitor on the other side of the board.

Important Note

Take note of the positive and negative legs while replacing, you must make sure you don’t mess things up because any mess up can cause burn burnout, make sure to sell it well, test it first, it is working ok? if yes, then close the adapter box back again,

5. Buy another adapter compatible with your laptop

Buying another adapter that has exactly compatible with your laptop model is our best and last advice here is if it’s anything more than the fuse capacitor then that’s probably worse, so the best thing you can do is to buy a new adapter.

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Final thought

As you can see here, it’s as easy as ABC, if you follow these easy tips here repairing your laptop burnout adapter is not as difficult as you think, the only thing you need to know is the specifications of the capacitor, plus you only need soldering to this.

Hope this post helps you and if you have any question comment or anything concerning this topic, please feel free to leave them in the comment section below. If this post helps you please share it with others. Thanks.

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