So my pet's desire to chew things up has rendered my Mac Mini G4's power adapter non-functional. If you look at the photo, it doesn't appear to have been bitten deep enough to cause a problem, but it is no longer working. Too bad the damage wasn't done on the side that plugs into the wall outlet, because that cord is replaceable. The photo is showing the part of the cord that plugs into the Mini. Can these adapters be cracked open? I know Apple isn't in the habit of making certain things "serviceable", but even the old iPods can have their batteries replaced with the correct instructions. It is possible there could be more damage to the internals of the brick section due to a short (the adapter was plugged in at the time of the "attack") and that may make it pointless to repair. I know these can be found used on eBay and such, but I was wondering if it would be worth any effort to try to repair. I hate to have it go to waste.