My battery is not charging and i just replaced charger
My computer is not holding a charge, so I thought that maybe it was the charger that needed replacing because it would work with my roommates charger. I bought a new charger and it worked fine for about a month. Now the computer is not holding a charge, it seems like the charger has a short in it. I don't know if I should buy another charger, a battery or if there is something else that might be causing the computer to not be receiving any power. Does anyone have a possible solution?
Re: My battery is not charging and i just replaced...
There is probaly a loose connection from the input for the charger.
but sometimes thats not the problem.
This happenned to me before , and I just called the company that made the laptop, and they said to just buy a new battery instead of going through the trouble of trying to repair it, which would take about 15-$ and 2 weeks. I would just buy a new battery for about 30$.
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If thelaptop battery is more than 3 - 4 years old then the battery could be worn out.Rechargeable batteries have a finite number of charge and discharge cycles andwill lose their charge capacity over time, i.e. won't charge to 100% andgradually the charge reduces until the battery won't charge up at all. OR Thebattery shows a 100% charge but when the adapter is disconnected the batterydrops off to zero capacity in a very short time. If the battery drops to anunacceptable charge level then the battery needs to be replaced.
Does the computer start anyway, but it's just that the battery won't charge? If that's the case, it's probably a bad battery.
A procedure to do before assuming a bad battery is to (1) remove the battery, (2) disconnect the power supply from the computer, and (3) press and hold the power button for about 30 seconds. This resets the logic circuits in the internal power handling section. If that doesn't help either, then the battery is probably bad.
If the computer isn't starting, however, it could be that the power supply has failed. Check the voltage output on the power supply.
I had a similar problem with my Acer Aspire after I got a replacement battery about 6 months ago.
I was told to disconnect the laptop, turn it off, disconnect the battery, then press the power button for 30 seconds to reset the charging circuit.
I did this, but it didn't work any better. I thought that since my charger seems to run the computer, but it says 0% Available (plugged in, charging) that there was something wrong with the battery.
So, I contacted the manufacturer of the battery and they said they would refund my money within 7 days after receipt, and they gave me an RMA number for the return on the address label.
I, also, got the battery from Ebay.
Since your problem is that the battery icon with a red X over it says 0%, I would say that maybe the battery is bad, or maybe the battery is not connected very well at the contacts. Maybe blow the contacts off with compressed air in order to clean any dust which may be on it.
I would maybe try another battery to try to see if the charging circuit is bad on the laptop.
If another battery doesn't work, then the charging circuit between the laptop and the battery may be faulty.
you have try several battery, the problem is not battery problem,the
problem could be either of any of this two, it might be a charger
problem, i will suggest you try using a similar charger to charge the
phone, see if it will charge, if it is not charger problem, then, the
problem is the charging port of your phone. The charging port of your
phone is bad and will need to be replace. once the charging port is
replaced, the problem is solve.
It's a known Fault with the NP-20 battery don't order one and pay for it, ring or e-mail casio customer service they should send you one out for free!! When you receive the new one don't let it die, make sure and keep it partially charged at all time or the charger won't recognize it. Really casio should recall this battery but for some reason they insist on replacing faulty batteries with more faulty batteries!??!
You'll need to open the case and replace the battery. Batteries can be purchased online here or a couple other places on the web by searching for "nuvi 360 replacement battery". I'd get the 1400mah or greater for a replacement, it'll burn a little longer than the weaker models. If the unit operates when plugged into the charger, then the fuse and cable are good. Open the case by removing the retaining screws, then carefully prying the unit apart. The new battery simply plugs into the connector after removing the old one.