This is a very common problem with Toshiba laptops, I learned it the hard way - mine just died at 16 months. Toshiba's website is very little help - to find out the problem, I finally followed the link on toshiba's site to a netscape site, where reports of this exact problem are legion. I understand it is a soldered joint between the ac socket and the power innards, that apparently breaks. According to that website, it's a very expensive fix and not economically worthwhile. Lesson learned: buy the extended warranty and don't buy another Toshiba! Good luck!
hello i am not sure what model my laptop is but it is at a year old, it won't charge at all, i don't think it is the battery but and i think it is the connection that the charge plugs into on the laptop, for a little bit i had to wiggle it to get it to charge not it wont charge at all, is this common and is it easy to fix? i bought it as best buy like i said about a year or a more ago so i am doubting they would fix it what do i do? thanks sorry if this is the wrong forum for this question but i am new. thanks