Question about Dell Latitude D500 Notebook
Well plug it in and as long as the wiring in the cables are all enclosed it should be able to provide power to your laptop. if not, the battery could be short-circuited.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Could be the charger itself that's defective.
Having a current monitor (Kill A Watt P3), comes in handy to check to see if the wall transformer / charger is drawing any current. That would determine if the charger was working to some degree. The best way is to measure the voltage coming out of the charger itself. It should be low voltage. I would use an digital auto multimeter to check the voltage. The transformer should have written on it somewhere the type of voltage (DC-direct current/AC-alternate current). Be careful not to shorted the end connector as I could damage it.
Could be the cord of the charger that is bad.
Could be the batteries themselves that are bad.
Could be the flashlight internal parts are bad.
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