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well my crappy HP one someone died a while back, so i decided to use my girlfriends Dell Charger which worked with my HP. Well now my puppy bit the wire and that charger is dead also.

Anyone know a place locally that sells chargers that aren't over priced?
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What model HP??

I've got one from a laptop that I did some retrieval work on. This one is model#DV6000.
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well my crappy HP one someone died a while back, so i decided to use my girlfriends Dell Charger which worked with my HP. Well now my puppy bit the wire and that charger is dead also.

Anyone know a place locally that sells chargers that aren't over priced?
Have you considered repairing the wire? Theres not much to them...probably 2 or 3 conductors at most. I've repaired several over the years that got yanked on, crushed, chewed on, or just broke inside from constantly being bent back and forth. Repair is a lot cheaper than buying a new one.

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Have you considered repairing the wire? Theres not much to them...probably 2 or 3 conductors at most. I've repaired several over the years that got yanked on, crushed, chewed on, or just broke inside from constantly being bent back and forth. Repair is a lot cheaper than buying a new one.
Someone who doesn't know what they're doing could fuck something up pretty good... :P
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someone on craigslist sells universal ones for 25 bucks... legit?

I tried to tape up the one was chewed on by my dog, it actually worked for 15 minutes, then i swear i heard sparks coming from the wire so i unplugged it and threw it away.
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