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HP 463958-001 Adapters – A Part number for the charger you need

Often you will be able to find on the sticker of your Laptop Charger a small section where the manufacturer tells you the part number of the adapter which you need to replace if it breaks. One of these part numbers is for the HP 463958-001 Adapter. This code is recognised as a particular replacement part which meets the specifications of the original. If you need to order a new HP Charger, then it is best to look to source the part compatible with this number.

By doing this you will end up with an original charger that meets the same specifications such as the voltage and amps and also the tip size. This can ensure that when your new part arrives you will not have to return it to the supplier because it does not fit or it is not powerful enough to charge your laptop for instance. Laptop Power UK’s database list thousands of these part numbers and instantly shows you the part which is compatible, making your life easier.

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