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The battery is at fault. The charging circuit is fine as it says CHARGING. As the battery is at fault you may like to as Samsung to replace it if the device is still under warranty. Else replace the battery.
Ifthe laptop battery is more than 3 - 4 years old then the battery could be wornout. Rechargeable batteries have a finite number of charge and discharge cyclesand will lose their charge capacity over time, i.e. won't charge to 100% andgradually the charge reduces until the battery won't charge up atall.
ORThe battery shows a 100% charge but when the adapter is disconnected thebattery drops off to zero capacity in a very short time.
Ifthe battery drops to an unacceptable charge level then the battery needs to bereplaced.
This is your battery problem.
Just do the step below hope it will solve a bit.
get fully discharge and let automatically switched off. then connect to charging but do not switched it on after showing full charge, disconnect charging and switched your phone on.
initially do dis 4-5 time a week. After that do 1-2 a week.
This will increase your battery strength.......
I was going to suggest a recalibrate might do this
with some machines run the battery to flat then fully charge at full charge shutdown and reboot windows.
With some machines the same thing is done as follows: Enter the bios and disable the automatic shutdown for low battery. Disable the automatic shutdown for low battery in Windows. Run the laptop until it just dies from the battery going dead. Charge the battery. Re-enable the automatic shutdowns.
And I believe some even have options in the Bios to recalibrate.
If this doesnt work then could be a voltage issue in the charger (is it universal with voltage settings?) if it is this and no settings that could have been moved to wrong voltage etc, then maybe need testing and replacing.
Hi there... If you mean it doesn't do anything when you push/slide the on button, then try this... (mine did the same thing just yesterday and was a result of a very low battery - would not even start with 12v cord in from the car!)...
Find the USB cable that came with your Garmin. Hook the USB cable to your computer, with the other end hooking up to your Garmin (where the normal car cable goes).
The Garmin will probably turn on instantly once you have hooked it up to your PC (assuming the PC is turned on and in Windows etc). This will actually charge the Garmin battery too while hooked up the PC, so leave it connected for a little while (a couple of hours).
If it doesnt switch on automatically when connected to the PC, try using the slide ON switch. Once it is active, it will be in PC transfer mode (assuming you have an SD card in the card slot of the Garmin). Now is a good time to use the Garmin WebUpdate application (available from www.garmin.com) to see if any software updates are available for your unit. If so, go ahead and install them. I updated mine yesterday!
Once you get it working via connection to the PC and the battery has charged up a little, take it back to the car and keep the 12v car cable plugged in all the time. This will continue to charge it up as it is being used (while the car is running of course). You should find that after u get it working on the PC it will again work in the car too...
i think it just turns it off for some reason permanently when it gets a really low/dead battery and only the PC hookup seems to re-activate it... Also, apparently you can hold the slide switch on the Garmin in the ON position for 7 seconds to reset the unit, but that didn't work for me... Worth a try anyway!