We investigate the behavior of the solutions of a mixed problem for the Laplace equation in a domain Ω. On a part of the boundary ∂Ω, we consider a Neumann condition, whereas in another part, we consider a nonlinear Robin condition, which depends on a positive parameter δ in such a way that for δ = 0 it degenerates into a Neumann condition. For δ small and positive, we prove that the boundary value problem has a solution u(δ,·). We describe what happens to u(δ,·) as δ→0 by means of representation formulas in terms of real analytic maps. Then, we confine ourselves to the linear case, and we compute explicitly the power series expansion of the solution.