Laptop doesn't charge when the battery charger is pluged
My laptop doesn't charge when i pluge the battery charger in. it use to work when i moved it around but it won't work at all any more. its been like this now for 2 or 3 months and im tired of swicthing battery packs with my brother, (it works fine with a charged battery except for two lines about 1/3 of the way on the laptop screen from both sides going up and down the screen. i would really appericate it if someone could tell me how to fix this myself easy and inexpensive, but if its in need for professional help please keep it cheap, or if its beyond repair tell me so i don't get scamed into buying some magic beans you shove into the cd player cause im almost so stupid computer wise i would actually buy that! T-T i am so clueless! please help me!
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From the link you gave its seen that its comparatively lower than the other series..Brand: HP Laptop BatteryBattery Info: Li-ion, 4400 mAh, 11.10V, Black, 310.00(g), 205.15 x 59.20 x 37.50 mmRating: Capacity Voltage Price($)4400 mAh
C $ 57.79 8800 mAh
C $ 79.69 Availability: In stock Notes for charging Hp Pavilion dv1000 Series battery :
You must fully drain the Hp Pavilion dv1000 Series battery until the laptop goes into hibernation for your first use it.
Store it in a cool and dry area. Do not expose battery to water or other moist/ wet substances.
If you want to make sure of its state, be patient and give it enough time to charge. It might take 3-to 4 hours withe the computer is turned off, and a dozen hours if the computer is beig used. If after a significant number of hours, it is still at 0mAh then either the charging circuitry is defective or it is the battery that is defective (cannot hold the charge).
I assume that you have your charger plugged in as long as you use the laptop...
There are very minimal chances o the battery having been damaged, since the casing on the inspiron 8200 is quite sturdy.. i suggest you get the charge socket (the socket that leads to the main wall electricity outlet) from a qualified technician...
please check first that does the notebook work fine on the battery mode. if system does not work on battery mode also it is a fault of the board that would have to be replaced
if it works fine on battery, then the problem could be with the adapter to check the same, please try using another adapter or the same adapter on another hp notebook. if the adapter does not work on another notebook, please get the adapter replaced.