Where to get a spare LG Gram 19" AC adapter

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  1. boe

    boe Notebook Evangelist

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    Hello,

    I found one on ebay but would prefer to order elsewhere. I have a 17Z990-R.AAS8U1 I chatted with LG, emailed them and called them. They had me call 1-800-243-0000 and they couldn't find that laptop model. Anyone know of a good parts supplier for LG laptops in the US?
     
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    hfm Notebook Prophet

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    It's not a great solution but you can probably use any usb-c power adapter that can supply 48W or more of power. I've personally used my MacBook pro 15 usbc adapter, works great.
     
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    gweempose Notebook Enthusiast

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    Here's one I found on Amazon. No reviews yet, so buy at your own risk ...

    https://www.amazon.com/Superer-Charger-17Z990-R-AAS8U1-Ultra-Lightweight-Adapter/dp/B07NXR7CNYhttps://www.amazon.com/Superer-Charger-17Z990-R-AAS8U1-Ultra-Lightweight-Adapter/dp/B07NXR7CNY
     
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  4. boe

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    Thanks. If my customer decides to take a chance, I'll let you know.
     
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    I just ordered one for myself. I'll keep you guys posted. :)
     
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    I received the charger from Amazon yesterday. It was well packaged and seems solidly constructed. It's slightly larger than the OEM charger, and it weighs about .7 ounces more. It also runs about 15 degrees hotter when charging, which may be attributable to the higher amperage (3.42A vs. 2.53A). The connector fits well and "snaps" into the charging port similar to the OEM connector. Overall, I'm very satisfied with it.
     
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