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About a month ago I found myself unable to charge my HP laptop and it completely died. I figured out the reason was due to bent pins in the charging port. It lacks a USB-C port and I don't think there are any other ways to charge it. Please tell me if there is any way to fix it or any other ways to charge it.

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Hi! Apologies for not including such information. It's a Dell Inspiron 3593 which is running an Intel processer (although I forgot which generation.) Not sure where to find the SKU.

And I just realized this is the HP forum, not the Dell forum.

Whoops.

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Without your providing a system SKU(preferable), HP product number or product name to us we really cannot help.

 

It also helps if you let us know whether it is an AMD or Intel  processor platform.



I am a volunteer forum member, not an HP employee. If my suggestion solved your issue, don't forget to mark that post as the accepted solution. If my post was helpful or you just want to say thanks, click on the Yes button next to the "was this reply helpful?"

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Hi! Apologies for not including such information. It's a Dell Inspiron 3593 which is running an Intel processer (although I forgot which generation.) Not sure where to find the SKU.

And I just realized this is the HP forum, not the Dell forum.

Whoops.

Jinkies.
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