The problem I'm having with my toshiba, it is always running on batteries.
The power pack is plugged in but for some reason it trips off the power supply and starts running on batteries until it just dies. Eventually I can plug the PS back in and it will charge until it switches over to battery again.
Please help ..
Once the batteries runs out it shuts down but the blue power button stays on. So i take the power out and replugs it and i notice that the battery starts charging again so I wait till it's full and I use the laptop.
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Re: Always running on batteries
You can still use your laptop even if you take out the battery and run on ac alone. You can also leave your battery in with the ac plugged in for 4 hours to charge it even if the laptop is off. Hope this helps. Thank you.
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Try removing the Battery and running the Toshiba on the mains charger alone.
I suspect the Toshiba will start up and run fine. If so, it appears that you need to buy a new Battery,
Batteries do not last a very long time and all sorts of things can shorten their lifespan.
Remove your battery plug in your a/c power - you should get a power led light on your unit - if not power led try your power pack on someone elses toshiba or try there power pack on yours - if a good power pack starts your unit then refitted the battery whilst its running and left it charge - that means you have a dead power supply - if it doesn't respond with and alternative power pack your d/c input cct has failed. new m/board.
Keith You have to remove the seat from the scooter and then lift the battery pack out of the frame. On the front of the battery pack there should be a charger port where you can plug in the charger into the battery pack when you are inside. Plug your charger into the battery pack first then plug it into the receptacle. When fully charged unplug from the receptacle first then unplug it from the battery pack. In other words always have the charger unplugged from the power when plugging and unplugging it from the battery pack. Velcro is holding the pack down so you might have to give it a good yank to get it off the frame. Hope this helps
Hi ! While power off, disconnect the power adaptor. Take off battery.
Plug the power adaptor back and try to start ! Is it running?
If yes, than the power adaptor is OK.
Now shut down and disconnect the power adaptor. Put back your battery and start! Leave it untill you 'empty' the battery. Do not start your laptop.
Plug the power adaptor and do not start your laptop yet. Is there a led idicator showing that the battery is charging ? Does it shows when the battery is full charged (e.g. red/yellow=charging, to green/off charged)? If not, leave it for at least 3 hours. After that, start your laptop (adaptor is plugged) and see if you still have an icon saying charging 99%.
If that is the case, then something is wrong with the battery.
Check your warranty, and replace it. DO NOT OPEN the battery - nothing interesting you will find inside - nothing you can do !
When Plug the AC power cord, what the
power indicator light want turns on, indicating that charging has begin.? The battery pack has a limited lifespan. Battery pack duration
will decrease with repeated usage and age. If the battery pack
duration declines greatly, it may be time to replace the battery
pack. Hope this helps