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Best try a different charger or a different laptop to discover whether it's the plug or the socket causing it. Once discovered you have the option of replacing the problem item.
(Ever since the idiots designing mobile phones decided they didn't need a separate charging socket as they could make do with the data port, a poor charging connection becomes a common occurrence on them after a while. You have to wriggle the connection, and try not to accidently move it while it is charging. I consider it a built-in obsolescence scam.)