Author: Michael Gotanco Date: To: Philippine Linux Users' Group \(PLUG\) Catch-All Discussion List Subject: Re: [plug-misc] [OT] Used AC Adapter
CDR king, Kung talagang hapit ka na and you're willing to take the risk over quality... mine's still so far so good (it's been 6mos now).
On Mon, 2/3/14, [C]hicken [G] od <iamthechickengod@???> wrote:
Subject: Re: [plug-misc] [OT] Used AC Adapter
To: "Philippine Linux Users' Group (PLUG) Catch-All Discussion List" <plug-misc@???>
Date: Monday, February 3, 2014, 4:04 PM
Woah. Didn't expect a
reply this fast. I did check tipidpc but I'd rather pay
via card and their waranty policies are usually short.
I did find a shop that sells refurbished
adapters for Php 1200 with a 3 month replacement warranty
though. I guess that's an option but that requires cash
I might consider the shops you mentioned though
if they accept card payments.
Thanks for the tip.
On Feb 3, 2014 3:54
PM, "Johann Vincent Paul Tagle" <johanntagle@???>
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 - http://www.tipidpc.com/itemsearch.php?sec=s&namekeys=%22asus+adapter%22
On Mon, Feb 3, 2014 at
3:46 PM, [C]hicken [G] od <iamthechickengod@???>
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
from them directly and I have to go through their service
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