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Can you help ?? Notebook will not turn on with power adapter

Hp pavilion dv7-4177nr NB
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

Hello,

 

here is my dilimena.  My notebook will not turn on with adapter I purchased.  Took it to here I purchase and was told it is working.  I can turn on my notebook with battery.  I was told that possibly it is the excuse my explaining the hole here you plug in the adapter.  Now my question is there anything I can do or do I have to purchase a new 

Laptop.  Eventually the battery will die down and will not be able to use the power adapter.  Any help you can give me will be greatly appreciated.

 

anna 

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@Steel16

 

System:

HP Pavilion dv7-4177nr Entertainment Notebook PC

 

 

Specificatons

 

HP PartSurfer lists both the AC adapter and the Power Cord for your computer

(Cord sold separately - scroll down the page to see).

 

Example / Excerpted:

A camera icon in this column next to a part number indicates that a diagram or photograph is available showing that part. Click on the icon to retrieve the diagram or photo.Add to CartClick to BuyPart NumberPart Description   RoHS
693712-001Smart AC power adapter (90W) - 100-240VAC input, 50-60Hz - 19.5VDC output, 4.62A, 90W, with power factor correction (PFC), and 7.4mm x 5.0mm barrel connector - Requires separate 3-wire AC power cord with C5 connector    COMPLY_2.07

 

490371-001Power cord (Black) - 3-wire conductor, 18 AWG, 1.8m (6.0ft) long - Has straight (F) C5 receptacle (North America)   COMPLY_2.07

 

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