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I just fixed my friends dv6500
it had same probs as mentioned above
the probs i found : shorted schottky diode marked LG = smd10k45
shorted n-ch mosfet marked 702 = 2N7002
defect smd cap
All these are placed just below the battery connector on mobo
see page 128 of service manual
replaced these smd's and laptop worked again
the damage was caused by overheating of the smd's
could be you have the replace other smd's surrounding these mentioned above
depends on how hot it was
hope this helps
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
If the PC works while the AC power is attached but the battery does not seem to be holding a charge, the battery is probably bad. Unfortunately they do go bad after a while. Before spending any money, make sure the contacts on the battery are clean and there is no physical damage/misalignment that is preventing proper contact from being made between the battery, PC and charging hardware.
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