New reply from olivergray

<p>There are other possible causes for this phenomenon as well. In some cases, a corroded connector can be responsible for preventing charging from taking place (and thus, why your laptop is saying it is plugged in but not charging). You can check to see if this is the case by unplugging and plugging in your charger again until it says “error message appears on the screen after half-hour of being plugged in but not charging. If it stops responding again then this is likely what’s causing problems with your device. <a href="https://mapquestdirectionss.com">mapquest directions</a></p>

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