Burned laptop adapter?

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Good day!


The story is the following: ASUS laptop, new, two months worked perfectly.

Yesterday, the electricians changed the wiring inside the chandelier. In the end, stopped off a chandelier, they changed the switch. Everything is OK When I inserted the adapter the laptop to the network (the laptop already plugged) — passed out energy (tube). Tried other outlets, etc, with the kettle on kilowatt works without problems.

Question: can, who faced? What could be the cause of this incident?


I always thought that if the adapter is "burned", it just doesn't work. May smell unpleasant.


Thank you.
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Well, “burn” he could so that the input he had banal short circuit. And in this case, sticking it in the socket is equivalent to what you contacts in the socket soedinenii nail. Knock-out “plugs” and machine guns at the same time — quite a natural consequence.
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Take a tester and check.
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And something else in the outlet works? (It is believed that two phases goes into the socket) there's nothing put there, carefully.
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Friend, think about it, if a man asks this question, he must have a house even the same screwdriver is missing, and it's even more so and the meter of this class which will not burn when applying the two phases. This class pro. And the money they are hoo. And they are just at home not lying.
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>Voltmeter connected, of course, in parallel.
I'd pity the voltmeter, because he, too, is Khan. You need to take a screwdriver and probe it to pomazat for starters, ezhli in both "holes" will show a phase, then everything will be clear.
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