The power adaptor for my laptop has recently suffered from a tear near the head of the circular plug(the part which connects to the laptop.) As such, it stop working unless I move the head at a 90 degree angle; bending the head inwards at the exposed wire. However, that seems to give less results each time I do it.
I have bought electrical tape, hoping that it will cover up the exposed wires, hence letting electricity flow once more. Unforunately, I have no luck and angle method seems to stop working.
Any ideas on how to fix it? I am thinking if severing the head from the wire and reattatching it would work, but I have no experience in doing that.