I had a problem with the plug in my AlBook itself. It just wore out and the power supply couldn't connect. I had to replace the power board. Check to see if the plug feels loose when its plugged in. John On Mar 23, 2009, at 11:08 AM, Dr. Trevor J. Hutley wrote: > > On 23 Mar 2009, at 14:53, Simon Royal wrote: > >> Hi. >> >> My TiBook was working fine. Then I noticed it wasn't charging. My >> battery lasts between 10 mins and an hour depending on how it feels. >> >> It must have been fine as I've been on it all morning. I've pulled >> out the plug and reinserted it - nothing. >> >> I changed the fuse in the plug - nothing. >> >> I pulled apart the clover leaf and put it back - nothing. >> >> Help. I am computerless, Macless, it is like my arm is cut off. >> >> Any ideas. It is one of the cheap white power adapters. > > Simon - this happened to my daughter recently with her iBook. > She had to get a new Apple power supply, and all was fine. > Can you access another power supply, so that - by substitution - you > can identify the exact problem ? > (ie whether it is the power supply) > > All the best, Trevor > _______________________________________________ > Titanium mailing list > Titanium at listserver.themacintoshguy.com > http://listserver.themacintoshguy.com/mailman/listinfo/titanium -- There are three ways to get something done: 1. Do it yourself 2. Hire someone to do it 3. Forbid your children to do it.