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Old Jun 2, 2012, 06:15 PM   #1
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Replacement parts for Mac AC adapter?

So I went to plug the Ac adapter into my MacBook and the magnet part that sticks into it came off. Is there a place that I can order just the cord and not the whole kit and kaboodle? The wall plug part is fine and I don't want to she'll out $80 for an adapter that is half okay.
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So I went to plug the Ac adapter into my MacBook and the magnet part that sticks into it came off. Is there a place that I can order just the cord and not the whole kit and kaboodle? The wall plug part is fine and I don't want to she'll out $80 for an adapter that is half okay.
You could try eBay. Apple would make you buy the whole charger not just the wall plug, unfortunately.
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So I went to plug the Ac adapter into my MacBook and the magnet part that sticks into it came off. Is there a place that I can order just the cord and not the whole kit and kaboodle? The wall plug part is fine and I don't want to she'll out $80 for an adapter that is half okay.
I've had my chargers fail, and I did not want to pay $80 either-you can get refurbished ones on eBay, with a 90 warranty, for $35. It's worked great for me...
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