Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
advice I read, I removed and re-installed the battery. It seemed that the
problem resolved for a while but after a stand by mode when the laptop started, the
problem appeared again.
Should I contact Dell?
The rapid flashing of the battery light indicates a shorted cell in the battery pack. This causes the machine to overheat when it is trying to charge the battery. Removing the battery will stop the falshing for a bit but as soon as the machine tried to charge the battery again you will have the same issue. If this is not corrected soon it can damage the charging circuit in the laptop and then you have to replace the main board in the unit as well as the battery. if the unit is under warranty get them to send a new battery. If not check Ebay for a replacement one. I hope this helps you and if it does please rank the solution.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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