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Li ion rechargeable Battery pack DC 10 8V 7200mAh is old

How can we get one Li ion rechargeable Battery pack DC 10 8V 7200mAh?? for a

model A760S FCC ID: MAU007 4912A005
DCINPUT:19V 4.74A max.
Product Key GOMC4-MPF8V-68M6D-KDDQM-YCMGY 00003-023-241-784

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Contact BatteryRefill.com, they will rebuild your battery at a fair cost, compared to buying a new one.

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Battery will not charge


li-Ion batteries have a bad habit: whenever fully depleted, they lose a few cells, to the extent that they might not be able to hold a full charge if enough cells are damaged. In other words, repeatedly using a laptop (or any other Li-Ion powered device) to battery depletion can shorten the battery's life significantly. You might want to keep the batteries fully charged whenever possible and avoid fully depleting them too often.
There is also the habit of "re-setting" the batteries by using the "fully deplete-fully charge" procedure. It only applies to niMH or NiCD batteries ( and is used to erase the "memory effect" ) but is damaging to Li-Ion batteries for the reason mentioned above.
so if your battery can not full charge,this mean you need change a new battery for your laptop
http://www.aulaptopbattery.com.au

Oct 05, 2012 | PC Laptops

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Looking for the longest battery life laptop ?


We’ve yet to see a Windows laptop with battery life longer than 5~7 hours, unless we add an extended battery to the system. But when hpand dell launched its new series of laptops last week, one big push wasfor longer battery life.

When you purchase your notebook, charge the battery to 100 percent,discharge it completely, and then fully charge it to 100 percent againto help the battery remember exactly how much electrical charge it canhold. From then on, you’ll never need to completely discharge the laptop battery again, but always make sure when charging it that you let it reach 100 percent. DeHoop told us to “remember to plug in the laptop AC adapter(or dock/port replicator) whenever you get a chance. Most notebookswill recharge quickly.” Salinas had another tip for your batteries:“Keep them cool. Exposure to high temperatures can be a battery’s worstenemy,” he said

Hope the list can give you some help when you purchase a laptop or battery:

Top 5 long battery life for laptop

HP/Compaq Business NoteBook 6715B Battery 6 cells 4400mAh Description:
Type: Li-ion, 6 cells
Voltage: 10.8V
Capacity: 4400mAh
UL certificated cells inside!


Original HP Pavilion dv8000 Battery 8 cells 4400mAh Description:

Voltage: 14.4V
Capacity: 4400mAh
Type: Li-ion, 8 cells
Color: Dark Grey
Dimension:205.40 x 69.80 x 20.90 mm
Status: New and original.
Packing: Plain Box

Dell Inspiron 6000 Battery 9 cells 6600MAH Description:
Type: Li-ion, 9 cells
Voltage: 11.1V
Capacity: 6600mAh
Color: Black


HP/Compaq Pavilion DV6000 Battery 12-cells 8800MAH Description:

Cell Type: Li-ion, 12-cells
Voltage: 10.8V
Capacity: 8800MAH
UL certificated cells inside!


Dell Inspiron 6400 Battery 9 cells 6600MAH Description:

Type: Li-ion, 9 cells
Voltage: 11.1V
Capacity: 6600mAh
Color: Black

on Feb 24, 2010 | PC Laptops

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How to Open a Laptop Battery & Replace the Lithium Ion


Laptop batteries, like all rechargeable battery packs, lose their charging capacity over time. Because new Laptop batteries are expensive, replacing the individual cells inside the battery casing can save a lot of money. However, rebuilding a battery sometimes does not work as expected, so it’s important to be willing to purchase a new laptop battery if the procedure fails.
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HP Pavilion DV1100 Battery 12 cells
1、Allow the laptop battery to run down completely. Turn off your laptop, then remove the battery. Write down the model number located on your battery to help identify the type of Li-ion replacement cells you need to purchase.
2、Split open a small section of the laptop battery pack (at the seam) with a screwdriver or craft knife. Continue to pry the plastic case loose moving around the outer edge until the entire top is free. This may take a bit of force.
3、Note the number of cells inside the case (usually four to eight). Write down the part number and voltage information printed on the cell casings. Draw a diagram showing the arrangement of the cells and how they are connected, or take a few photos to help with reassembly.
4、Purchase the correct number and type replacement batteries from online shop such as udtek.com, based on your battery model and cell specifications. Six Li-ion cells typically cost around $30 to $40.
5、Carefully remove each cell using a craft knife and wire cutters as necessary. Each battery pack is different, but the cells are usually wrapped in a plastic casing with metal contacts attached to one end. Lay the metal contacts, wires and casing material aside.
6、Use double-sided tape or a solder gun (only if necessary) to attach the metal contacts to the cells and circuit board. When finished, the old cells should be completely stripped (naked) and the new cells should look like the old ones as much as possible.
7、Place the new cells inside the case, referring to your diagram or photos if necessary. Glue the battery(Compaq DV6000 Battery) pack top back on. Charge the new battery for at least 24 hours before using it.
Tips & Warnings
Keep an eye on the new battery while it charges for the first time. If the contacts are not connected properly, the battery could overheat and cause damage to the laptop.

on Feb 04, 2010 | PC Laptops

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My laptop battery is not charging properly??? what should i have to do?? plz!!!!!!!! reply


We need mark and model and date of purchase. It could be that the battery is worn out

Jan 17, 2011 | PC Laptops

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Will not start up


Take the battery out of it and leave it connected to the AC power and try it. I suspect that your Li-ion battery has gone so far down in it's capacity that it has locked the machine up to prevent the charger from charging the battery. This is a safety feature built into LI-ion battery packs to prevent rapid recharging of a dead battery that may cause a fire in the battery.

Jan 13, 2011 | HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook

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I have compaq presario evo 700 series2130 what battery does it have it came with out one


Check out this website.
http://www.dantech.ca/?q=10-25-379




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Additional information:
  • Series CMB002A
  • For use with Compaq CM2090⁄CM2130
  • Compaq Spare: 247051-001
  • Compaq Part No.: 246437-002
  • Battery pack enhanced lithium-ion (LiON) 4.0Ahr rechargeable
  • LI-ION 14.8V 4.0AHr
  • Part Number 247051-001246437-002CMB002A
  • Compatible models:
  • Evo N115
  • Presario 712AP
  • Presario 700 Series
  • Presario 720AP

Jan 08, 2011 | Compaq Presario 700 470024-192 Notebook

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BATTERY (Li Ion) NOT RECHARGING


in the case of my T23 laptop. when i plug in the ac adapter the battery will charge but when i turn on the power button. It won't boot and will shut off eventually. cant you help me with this

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Dell Laptop Battery Charer


Or it could be a broken/damaged power pin that is causing the problem. Every time you tug or pull on the pin it causes damage...eventually it doesn't work at all. When you get it fixed you need to invest in a CRD (Cable Retention Device) like shown here. . .

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