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Flashing orange light

Of the 4 display lights at left front of the keyboard of my Dell Inspiron B120, the third light from the left is frequently flashing orange (the other lights are green). Laptop seems to be functioning normally.

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  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2009

    As far as I think it has something to do with the battery. I've always left my laptop with the Ac Power and just recently the same problem started happening to me. And since I don't have the money or any real desire to fix this laptop all I've done is just unplug the cord and re-plug it back in and just keep repeating the process.


    Obviously it isn't the right thing to do. :P

  • sr_kruger Mar 22, 2009

    3rd light from the left is flashing orange

  • Anonymous Apr 19, 2009

    Can't get the plug to stay in the back so it will stay connected to AC power. IF you wiggle it just right and push around on the back it will charge and not turn off.

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Battery charge counter is maxed. You need a new battery.

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