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Do A Dell Part Number Search To Find A Replacement Laptop Charger

Dell have a system of giving their replacement parts a particular name or number which makes finding a replacement easier to find. The Laptop Charger may fall under a particular ‘Family name’ such as PA-10 or PA-12. Otherwise there will be a particular number, usually printed on the label on the Laptop Adapter. You can take a look at your old charger and search for a replacement using this code by entering it into our search function on our website.

One of the common part numbers could be for a Dell HA90PE1-00 Laptop Adapter. This is a slimline version of the ‘fatter’ adapter with the exact same power output. You will not have any benefits of using this Dell Laptop Power Supply of the fatter version but it will look a little more appealing and be a little easier to fit in your laptop bag. To purchase this replacement just visit www.laptop-power.co.uk to place your order today for immediate dispatch.

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