Author: Johann Vincent Paul Tagle Date: To: Philippine Linux Users' Group (PLUG) Catch-All Discussion List Subject: Re: [plug-misc] [OT] Used AC Adapter
I saw a laptop repair booth in SM Bicutan which also offers batteries and
AC Adapters for different brands. Might be worth taking a look at. Have
you also tried tipidpc? I've bought batteries from shops advertising there
before and they were okay. I see many posts for Asus Adapters -
On Mon, Feb 3, 2014 at 3:46 PM, [C]hicken [G] od <iamthechickengod@??? > wrote: > Hi folks,
> This is a bit of a long shot.
> The AC Adapter of my ASUS 1000HE is beginning to show its age. I am
> trying to look for a reasonably priced AC Adapter for it.
> I contacted ASUS and it seems that consumers cannot get an adapter
> from them directly and I have to go through their service providers.
> Incidentally, the service providers don't have a procedure for that
> either but someone from PCX offered to get back to me to see if it is
> In case PCX doesn't follow through, I was hoping to check if someone
> subscribed to the list has something laying around that I could buy
> off them.
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