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my power adopter is getting over heated

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umesh n

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my power adopter is getting over heated.. what might be the problem.
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Hi umesh n and :welcome:

Please do not add your problem to another poster's thread. I have split your issue to your own thread.

Sadly, you told us nothing of your system so we have nothing to go on. A hot power supply can be caused by a failing power supply, or if the demand on it is too great.
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Faizan Ern Prince

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Hello There, The best option for you would be to get a new replacement power adaptor.
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