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Can i use only the plug without battery

Hi i want to know if it is right to take out the battery of my portabl pc .and using only the plug since i m workin on my pc at home . because they say that by the time the battery get so weak and better using only the plug . and use the battery only when there is no possiblity for electric resourse.... please give me an idea about this thanks

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Hi there
Laptops work fine on AC power only and won't bother it at all, just make sure you do have charge in the battery and that you don't leave it turned on while you go out or to bed as a power surge could knock it out altogether

Good luck

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