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I have had the black and decker plug in all day and it will not charge. This was a gift. It's the S600.


The battery may have met it's final day. A battery can be recharged only so many times then have to be replaced.

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Why would my 120 converter not keep my batteries charged while plugged in?


If you are referring to a 12V DC - to -120V AC converter, then the answer is obvious. The converter makes the AC from the DC voltage provided by the batteries. You cannot charge a DC battery with an AC source. Additionally, even if you could, the resulting charge would be less than the draw taken from the battery (physics - loss from heat). Also, there wouldn't be enough power left over to do anything with.

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AT&T Impulse 4g says phone is charging when it is not plugged in. Will not charge when plugged in!


First Option:
mostly nokia chargers doesn't make problems...
just try the following..
connect ur mobile with a system (usb cable)...
found out whether it is charging or not...
if the same prblm appears then there is a prblm in ur cell phone or power jack(socket)...
if it charged with usb cable buy a new charger
Please change Phone Bettery and check the charging
IF Charging Problem not Solved So


Second Option:
Your Phone charging IC Fault So Please change charging IC
And charging Problem will Solved Quickly

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Hi There, I have a HP Pavilion ZE4900 and recently the AC plug in won't work. I have taken the battery out and put it in another comuter that is the exact same and it charges fine, I put my battery in the...


If your computer won't charge the battery, but the battery charges fine in another computer, and you are sure that the charger is good, then your problem is probably the DC power jack. If you wiggle the end of the power cord where it attaches to you laptop, and it starts charging properly, then the DC power jack is broken.

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How do you charge the jazzy 1103? It is on 0 on the back. Plugged it in overnight with chair on. Went from 4 to 0. Help we don't want to be stranded.


The meter on the back is an amp meter and tells you how many amps are entering the batteries when charging. Many people get confused with this and think that the needle should rise as the batteries become more charged. This is in fact incorrect and the opposite should happen. So just to sumarise, when you plug the charger in when the batteries have been used, the needle should be above 0 (maybe, 3-5 depending on how discharged the batteries are) and as the batteries become charged, the needle should gradually drop down, and should be on 0 when they are fully charged. The batteries should not be taken off charge untill the needle is on 0. Hope that has helped.

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Laptop battery


It does charge until the battery reaches full charge, then charger stops and laptop use adapter's power. The whole system is thought to not damage or wear the battery while in charge. Leave battery safely inside your Dell while using it with power adaptor, it should not make any difference in your battery life.

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Mar 21, 2008 | Dell Inspiron 6400 Notebook

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