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Introduction: How to Fix the Power Cord to My Dell Laptop That Time

These instructions show how to fix the power cable to a Dell Vostro laptop, when it will plug into your computer but won't charge your battery or register as plugged in at all. This particular cause and solution haven't been covered online yet.

All i needed for this was
- sharp blade
- (cutely colored) electrical tape
- piece of lace, or anything abrasive (like my old boss' personality- OHHHHHHHH!)
- vinyl letters (semi-optional)

Step 1: The Problem

The charger to my Dell Vostro laptop stopped connecting to my computer reliably. It got worse over the course of a few weeks: at first it would connect if i gave a jiggle, but by the end i had to find the perfect position and then like breathe in another direction in order for it to stay connected. At one point i sat an anvil on top of it to keep it connected! Then for 2 days i couldn't get it to realize it was plugged in at all, not even for a moment- how would i know if anyone updated their livejournals! A recent embroidered creation of mine came to mind. (photo below)

The part of the cable that responded to coaxing was the part that plugs into the computer, and the first few inches of wire beyond. The adapter fit normally into the computer, not loosely at all.

Past experience fixing my phone charger told me that the thumbelina (thumb-sized part you plug into the device) had probably strained the wire over time and the wire had broken inside, without any visible damage to the rubber outside, as is the way. I figured i'd fix it cause "not like it works now! as long as i'm not super aggro about it, i can't make it any worse!"

Step 2: Knifin' Around

I complained, then i searched online to see if people had done this before. They had. You can see their postings if you search words like "laptop cable," "repair," and "Dell." Basically they all had problems in the same spots on the cord: spots where the cord attaches to a heavier element. Spots like the thumbelina and the next few inches of cord. But none of these how-to's told how to find where the problem was, so for a second i was all DDDD-: cause i should tell you, my knowledge of electronics is way caveman. I'm just really confident and get pissed when companies don't fix products they know are faulty.

After trying to pry the thumbelina down the cord a ways without slicing it, i got fed up with that waste of time and sliced it. My ex boyfriend who rules at this stuff told me that the little part that looks like a honey dipper, that every cord has, the "strain relief," used to be functional but is not only not functional on modern products, but a problem spot for like all electronics with cords that get moved a lot! God that makes me so disgruntled.

Step 3: Continuing to Knife Around

Then i sliced the cord "the right way" to see if i could find a break in the wire. What i found was not an obvious break in the wire like i was expecting, but this scary kind of confusing wire that i never even knew about! It was many delicate wires spiraling around a core that seemed to have another wire inside. (The internet told me that this is a "coaxial" wire.)

How the eff would i know where the break was?! So I stared at it and feared it for a few days. Look at that baloney, what the hell right? It might as well be a magic eye.

Step 4: Spoiler Alert: It Was Just Soldered Cheaply

I decided to start with the thumbelina, since i could see all of it. There were 2 solder points that i could see, and it was all sealed with very pliable, translucent, molded plastic.

I pried some of the plastic away and one of the solder points just sort of lifted off! Convenient! There was all this dirtiness there, so i scraped the crud off the solder point with an x-acto knife, and buffed the crud off the thumbelina with a piece of lace.

Step 5: Testing It

With a rubber glove on, I pinched the broken solder point really hard and plugged it in. Green battery light! Thank goodness i hadn't gone messing with that cool hypnotic cord right away!

Step 6: Letting Success Get to My Head

Thing was, if i let up on the pressure even a tiny bit, the light went out. So i took a pair of pliers to pinch it as hard as i could. The moment the pliers touched the thumbelina metal there was a spark and the LEDs went out- both the battery light LED on the laptop and the plain LED on the transformer.

You all though i was like DDDD-: before! You should have seen me then! I was like "Oh no now i'm gonna have to come crawling back to that guy at Staples who i said "fuck" to (oh yeah, i looked to temporarily buy a new cable at Staples but it was $108 so i said, "Whoa, fuck that i'd never pay that much"). Now i'd be lucky to only spend $108 cause my computer is probz fried!

I started like smelling everything, trying to see if i'd fried my computer or the adapter or both. But duh i had no idea what either of those things smelled like to begin with, so my imagination ran wild! So wild that i even tried unplugging the cord and plugging it back in, which worked wildly well! Green lights all around! Boy was that lucky.

Step 7: Not Including My Trip to Staples, and the 4 Days of Fearing, This Probably Took a Total of 20 Minutes

I'd planned to solder the point back where it belonged but realized I don't have flux. So I just electrical taped it all down really tightly (including the thumbelina casing I removed in step 1, cause what else am I gonna use it for).

Then I charged my computer in ways you never thought possible.


A while later I looked at the cord and the green light turned off. I attributed this to that I've manipulated physical objects with my mind before. In addition, it may have been cause it was just taped in place, and also maybe cause the battery was fully charged and that somehow matters now. Anyway, I just gave the thing a break cause it'd had a big night. If the success reverses I'll let you know.



Plenty of things are better than you, but your laptop cable's not one of them (probably)!

Step 8: 9 Months Later...

I figured i'd give an update on how it's been holding up.

Well, it's been great. After a couple months, the cord would occasionally not carry power to the laptop. I figured the electrical tape had stretched out so i wrapped a rubber band around the thumbelina/tape and it worked perfectly. When the same thing started happening a few months later, i was like, "No sweat," and added another rubber band. The laptop cord was also like, "No sweat," and has kept it coming.

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Best Dell laptop chargers in 2021

Believe it or not, you should show some pickiness when selecting which laptop charger you’re going to buy. Simply purchasing the first thing available is not a good idea, as chargers are all designed differently. They might have higher wattage, longer cables, a chunkier brick, or use different inputs. And while all of these elements should contribute to your decision, you definitely need to pay attention to the price as it can vary quite greatly.

There are some limits, however, as not all chargers are compatible with every laptop. This remains true for Dell laptops, as some use an AC port while others use a USB-C port, and some AC ports vary in size.

So, whether it’s because your current Dell laptop charger broke, or you’re looking for a better one, here are the best Dell laptop chargers you can buy right now.

What are the best Dell laptop chargers? 

Picking the best Dell laptop charger has one unfortunate caveat: even if that charger is better than the rest, it might not be compatible with your hardware. Be sure to check each charger’s product page for its compatibility before making any sudden purchases.

With that said, we select the best Dell laptop chargers based on a combination of wattage, compatibility, the size of the charger, price, and cable length. As a result, the Dell 90-Watt 3-Prong Slim AC Adapter is the best of all. The units’ 90W is satisfactory for fast charging power-hungry laptops, and at $67, it is the second cheapest option on the menu. It’s also compatible with a large selection of laptops.

The Dell 65W Type-C AC Adapter is similar in that it’s the most inexpensive one on the list, coming in at $60, but its lower wattage means it's slower to charge and not compatible with beastly gaming rigs. This is why we also included the Dell 240W AC Adapter. Yes, it’s $136, but it’s useful for those needing to charge their demanding gaming laptops (it’s also the only one in this list with a six-foot cable).

The Dell 130W Type-C 3-Prong AC Adapter and Dell 130W Slim Power Adapter are nearly identical to the first two entries, with the primary difference being the increased wattage. However, this also hikes the price up, putting both at $89. Additionally, the Dell 130W Slim Power Adapter does not appear to come with a 1-year limited warranty.

1. Dell 90-Watt 3-Prong Slim AC Adapter

The best AC adapter

Specifications

Wattage: 90

Cable length: 3.2ft

Warranty: Limited one-year

Price: $67

Reasons to buy

+Compatible with many laptops+Affordable price+Slim and lightweight

Reasons to avoid

-Short cable

The Dell 90-Watt 3-Prong Slim AC Adapter is the best mix of affordability and quality for a Dell AC laptop charger. It’ll cost you $67, which is cheaper than a lot of chargers in this category. And although the cable is a bit short, it’s on a par with most other Dell laptop chargers. If you expect to be further than a few feet from an outlet, we recommend purchasing an extension cord. And since this is a Dell-branded product, it comes with a one-year limited warranty. If your charger stops working within this time, the company will replace it free of charge.

The Dell 90-Watt 3-Prong Slim AC Adapter is also slim and light, making it an ideal item to take with you on the go. Just make sure that the cable is compatible with your laptop before purchasing. The list of compatible items is lengthy and can be found in the product’s page on Dell’s official website.

2. Dell 65-Watt Type C AC Adapter

The best USB Type-C adapter

Specifications

Wattage: 65

Cable length: 3.2ft

Warranty: Limited one-year

Price: $60

Reasons to buy

+Useful for USB Type-C connections+Easy to travel with

Reasons to avoid

-Low wattage

The Dell 65-Watt Type-C AC Adapter is similar to the previous entry because it’s inexpensive and performs well. However, since it’s a USB Type-C charger, its usage is fundamentally different, and depending on your setup, it might not be compatible at all. The charger's lower wattage also means it has a slower charge.

However, it’s hard not to be attracted to its $60 price tag, which makes it the most affordable of the bunch. It’s also far smaller than other Dell chargers, making it quite a solid investment if you’re planning on bringing your laptop on your travels. Portability is important; it’s not fun carrying around a gigantic power brick, especially if you already have a pack full of other items. The list of compatible laptops can be found on its product page

3. Dell 240-Watt AC Adapter

The best wattage in an AC adapter

Specifications

Wattage: 240

Cable length: 6ft

Warranty: Limited one-year

Price: $136

Reasons to buy

+High wattage+Long cable

Reasons to avoid

-A bit chunky-Expensive

The Dell 240-Watt AC Adapter is the most expensive laptop charger on this list, but with good reason. It’s primarily made for Dell’s Alienware series, meaning it possesses a high wattage that can keep up with a gaming laptop’s needs. This also means it’s rather chunky and isn’t necessarily ideal for long trips (it could definitely be worse, though). 

It also has the longest chord of any laptop charger on this list, coming in at six feet rather than three. This culminates in a Dell charger that currently costs $136, making it more expensive than the previous two entries combined. However, if you’re using an Alienware or Precision laptop, this might be the right pick for you. Be sure to check out the full list of compatible laptops on its product page just in case, though. 

4. Dell 130-Watt Type-C 3-Prong AC Adapter

The best wattage in a Type-C adapter

Specifications

Wattage: 130

Cable length: 3.2ft

Warranty: Limited one-year

Price: $90

Reasons to buy

+Convenient Type-C connection+Lightweight+High wattage

Reasons to avoid

- A bit expensive

The Dell 130-Watt Type-C 3-Prong AC Adapter is very similar to the other USB Type-C charger in the list. The primary change is its increased wattage from 65 to 130. This is what makes it $89.99, whereas its weaker counterpart is $30 cheaper. Otherwise, it boasts similar perks and faults. It’s lightweight and easy to travel with, meaning it’s ideal for people constantly on the move. However, it shares a similar problem to most other Dell AC adapters with its rather short cable.

Three feet isn’t long, so unless you’re planning on staying next to an outlet at all times, consider purchasing an extender to make things a bit less frustrating. This adapter is most often used with the XPS, Precision and Latitude series of laptops. However, we still recommend ensuring your laptop is compatible with your specific model by checking the product page

5. Dell 130-Watt Slim Power Adapter

The best slim power adapter above 100 watts

Specifications

Wattage: 130

Cable length: 3ft

Warranty: None

Price: $90

Reasons to buy

+High wattage+Slim

Reasons to avoid

-Pricey-No warranty

The Dell 130-Watt Slim Power Adapter is a higher wattage version of our favorite adapter, but it’s also a bit more expensive. Keep in mind, this adapter’s wire is only three feet long. It’s not particularly heavy, making it good for portability and the high wattage increases charging speed, so if you’re someone who’s looking to get your laptop full of life quickly, this could be the one.

The Dell 130-Watt Slim Power Adapter is compatible with certain laptops in the XPS, Inspiron, and Precision series. Feel free to check out the official full list at Dell’s product page just in case.

Unlike the other laptop chargers on this list, the Dell 130-Watt Slim Power Adapter is not listed to come with a one-year limited warranty, which makes it less desirable if a defect appears.

How to choose the best Dell laptop charger for you 

Picking the best Dell laptop charger for you comes down to a combination of a number of elements. You have to decide your budget, as the cheapest charger on this list is $60, while the most expensive one is $136. Additionally, not all Dell laptop chargers are compatible with every Dell system. Ensure that what you’re buying works with your product because ignoring this fact can cause a lot of issues when you get your hands on one.

Additionally, the amount of wattage can greatly increase laptop charging speed. It’s especially useful if you’re working with a gaming laptop — like the Alienware m17 R4 — that drains battery power. Cable length is also important, but Dell doesn’t necessarily have a diverse selection (usually ranging from three to six feet), so you’re probably going to want an extension cord regardless. And finally, we also look for chargers that are slim and portable. No one wants to lug around a brick in their backpack.

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Dell Laptop Adapters

Get the Right Dell Adapter For Your Laptop


Laptops have become an essential device in most households. Get yourself a Dell adapter and enjoy uninterrupted hours at work, whether you are home or in the office. The laptop adapters help you to charge and use the laptop from standard AC outlets. You can use an adapter from Dell and ensure that your Dell laptop lasts for longer periods and performs well. Buy a Dell adapter online and select a model that fits your requirements. You can find adapters for most Dell laptops, whether they are gaming laptops or notebooks on various online stores. Choose from popular variants like Dell Original Laptop Charger Big Pin 65 W Adapter, Dell Vostro 1450, Dell JDCXX 65 W Adapter, Dell 1200 65 W Adapter, and more. 

Choose the Best Dell Adapter for Your System


The charging duration and durability of the laptop battery depends on the adapter. So, choosing the right Dell adapter according to your system requirements is very important. You can find a variety of adapters online. You can find chargers with a USB C type pin, common among fast charging laptops, and normal barrel pins from Dell across various e-stores. While the C type charger is of standard size, the barrel pin size differs according to the laptop model. Choose the adapter with a suitable connector to ensure compatibility with your laptop. The power rating is another important aspect to look for. You can choose from adapters of different power ratings such as 45W, 65W, 90W, 130W, and 240W. A 90 W charger is ideal for most laptops. It has enough power to charge an average laptop used for online classes or office work. Opt for a 130W or 240W adapter if you like gaming. Since such systems need more power, a low powered adapter would not be sufficient. Match your Dell system with a Dell adapter with the required power rating. Along with obtaining a minimum time for charging, you can also improve the battery’s life in the long run. 


Buy a Dell Adapter Online 


Select your Dell adapter according to your laptop usage. If you are someone who travels a lot for work, carrying a bulky charger can be difficult. Choose a Dell slim power adapter that is designed to be less bulky and occupies less space in the bag. Well suited for travelling, these laptops deliver the same power as a normal adapter of the same rating. You can also look for adapters of various wire lengths. The long-wired adapters are convenient and allow you more room to move around while charging. It often eliminates the need for an extension cord to sit at your favourite place in the room. However, you can also find adapters with shorter cables across e-stores. They are less bulky and easy to carry around. Such adapters are best suited for people with a power outlet near the workstation. Go ahead, find the adapter that fits your system and keep your computer working in optimal condition.

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