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Re: new laptop battery not charging
If you have had a couple of different batteries why not look at the charger If you have a Multi meter test the voltage and the see if it is putting enough in If you do not have a multi metre a small one can be purchsed under $20 and it can be used to check other things You need to eliminate things Battery then Charger and then laptop and if what you have said is not the battery it is most likely the charger
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You mean, your laptops shows your battery is charging when charger is no connected? Is it amber or green?
How well does the battery work? Are you getting at least 90 minutes on just battery power? If not, maybe the battery is not working well. Remove the battery, turn on the computer, shut the computer off and restart the computer with the battery installed. Maybe if you reset the battery the computer will "see" the battery as new and after awhile of charging the LED should go from amber to green. While you have the battery out of the computer, check the battery contacts on both the battery and the computer. Make sure that they are clean and not corroded or damaged.
If your battery level is ok and your battery keeps it's charge, let it alone. You wouldn't like to send to repair tour laptop just for that.
As long as the charge is not complete the battery LED remains amber.
Give the laptop the time to charge: it should take 3 to 4 hours it it is not being used, and 3 times longer if it is used.
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Ok, lets start slowly, do you have both a new battery and a new battery charger? If both attempt to use your old battery with the new charger. Also could be a bad charger or a shorted out battery... Good Luck
Is the battery a exact spec.? Some aftermarket batterys, inexpensive replacements, do not play-well with your laptop. If you purchased from a computer store, return for a replacement. That said, It may be that it's not fully charged or need to be drained and charged, cycle it a few times. Some batteries have to go through a "learning" process. It says fully charged in windows software, right? again, some replacement batteries don't play-well with windows.Its a "pins" thing in the battery connector.
Let the battery completely discharge all they way and let it sit for a day or so. Some times when a battery is new most user do not let it fully charge and then completely drain this causes problems for long use batteries. Then give it a try. It also sounds like your plug your cord that connects to the battery may be faulty. Did you by a different cord with the battery? Or use the one from your old one? If you did. This is a "No No" always buy the cord that come for those battery since they are rated for the particular battery.
Hi there. The battery could be faulty, power off the laptop, take out the AC power and the battery wait 2 minutes and put the battery back in, turn the laptop an and look at the indicator LED to see if its changed, if it has plug in AC power and see if its the same.