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The picture in your question is referred to as an AC wall adapter, or "duckhead" (US) and slides out of the AC power adapter so you can then slide in the AC power cable (US), pictured in the link in your question. The picture below shows the "duck head" being slid out of the AC power adapter and once removed the AC power cable gets slid in its place, thus ...
Happened to my brother with a brand new original Apple charger. What he did was to remove the charging extension (thicker cable) and plugged the square power box directly into the sliding plug, and it worked. See below: This worked for him, but might not work for you, let us know! :)
Dont have the rep to comment, trying to answer anyhow. You need to make sure you have the correct wattage on your magsafe adapter. A 15 inch computer requires a 85w magsafe adapter. If you use a 60w adapter it will run the computer but not charge it. It will however run and charge a MacBook Air that only requires a 60w or 45w adapter. I guess you already ...
Would it boot with the old (original) hard drive? If so, you need to either clone the HDD to the SSD via Disk Utility (hold Cmd+R at boot), or install OS X anew on the SSD. You can use DiskMaker X to prep a USB installer, or use a OS X install DVD, assuming you can find one and the MacBook has an optical drive (fairly sure a '10 model does). Just sounds ...
It will work if you connect an external keyboard via USB. PS: If you boot the macbook, hold down the option (alt) button to get the boot menu and install Mac OS X.
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