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Charging issue My system turns on and works fine but then you plug it in to charge of won't charge at all we replaced the dc Jack (the charged port) replaced the charger its self and just bouhgt a new batter and still nothing still wont charge when you plug it in....I am at a lose of what could be wrong =(

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I had the same problem go to control panel device manager and look for a sign with battery on and delete it then restart your laptop if you go on youtube there should be a video on how to do this

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Not that hard to fix if you are careful about taking it apart and re-assembling it. A digital camera is helpful during the dis-assembly to remind you later where everything went. Took me about 2 hours the first time I did one. Just take your time.

When your done, get a CRD (Cable Retention Device) to relieve the strain on the cable and the pin. I use one from this company.

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Motherboard repairs are often poorly done and they are expensive except for the simplest jobs like replacing the DC jack. And new motherboards are also generally very expensive. And cheap way out of this is buying a used battery charger or a used working motherboard. eBay is usually the best place to start. Good luck!

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Thanks to avatar8.jpgJesse Lohse .

My battery is charging now. As per your say to remove the battery and check to see if the prongs are dusty or if it is blocking the main connector or anything else. So, i removed the battery and checked and it was quite dusty so i removed the lint and dust from it. Now it's starting to charge. Now it's at 19%.....Thanks you're the genius

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