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HP Desktop - 260-a110no
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi!

I recently broke the cable to the computer and needed to buy a new one. However I have never seen a cable like that one ever. So I thought went to the store page of the 260-a110no and I couldn't find what type of cable is used. I assuming it's some HP special-cable of some sort as I couldn't find what type of cable it is. Does any one know what cable and where to order?

 

Thanks in advance!

Emanuel

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That is unfortunate. The connector is proprietary.

 

The only choices you have are:

1) to find a second hand power adapter with enough wire and connector  to splice to the wires on your power adapter.

2) Purchase a new power adapter that is compatible with your PC.

 

I will edit this shortly to include the HP part number for the power adapter that is required. Done!

HP PartSurfer results for your PC
https://partsurfer.hp.com/partsurfer/?searchtext=1EU40EA&searchby=product

 

https://www.google.nl/search?q=HP+849650-002&source=hp&ei=_qz3Y-yyJtOyqwHSlp6YAw&iflsig=AK50M_UAAAAA...

 

https://www.google.se/search?q=HP+849650-002&source=hp&ei=Sq33Y_29DtOErgTl8bDAAw&iflsig=AK50M_UAAAAA...



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Which part of the power cable did you break?

 

 

 



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The part after the transformer that goes into the computer. The end is completely so I can't even plug in it anymore 😕

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That is unfortunate. The connector is proprietary.

 

The only choices you have are:

1) to find a second hand power adapter with enough wire and connector  to splice to the wires on your power adapter.

2) Purchase a new power adapter that is compatible with your PC.

 

I will edit this shortly to include the HP part number for the power adapter that is required. Done!

HP PartSurfer results for your PC
https://partsurfer.hp.com/partsurfer/?searchtext=1EU40EA&searchby=product

 

https://www.google.nl/search?q=HP+849650-002&source=hp&ei=_qz3Y-yyJtOyqwHSlp6YAw&iflsig=AK50M_UAAAAA...

 

https://www.google.se/search?q=HP+849650-002&source=hp&ei=Sq33Y_29DtOErgTl8bDAAw&iflsig=AK50M_UAAAAA...



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Thank you very much! 😄

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You're very welcome!



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