The plug on the actual power cable is a standard 2-pin *radio* plug (I think
its called) - but the outer dimensions of the socket may be unique.
Have you considered doing away with the socket, and hard-wiring a cable in
to the supply - soldering it where the socket connections would otherwise be
soldered? If you do this, you will need to fabricate a socket-sized strain
Looks to me like as what's known as a Telefunken socket. The actual socket
is a standard item, but the mounting it's in may not be.
Won't the laptop maker supply a spare, or is the maker's name on the
They're used on a variety of domestic appliances from radios to DVDs. But
finding one that uses an identical one might be tricky.
*The beatings will continue until morale improves *
Dave Plowman firstname.lastname@example.org London SW 12
There's a couple on there that might fit the gap you've got depending on how
much space there is in the casing.
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