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My Dell latitude d610 charging circuit not working on board

My Dell latitude d610 not charging it can run on charger. My battery is healthy. Computer persons said that my laptop charging hardware has to be repaired. What can i do

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What needs to be done is the jack that your adaptor plugs into has solder points underneath it. All the solder points need to be resoldered to make sure that there are no cracks in the solder that are preventing the jack from charging your battery.

After this is done if the laptop still isn't charging then if you know for sure your using the correct ac adaptor with your laptop then at that point the moterboard would have to be replaced.


Posted on Jul 31, 2009

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    That is just absolutely backward troubleshooting. Why would anyone in their right mind perform a major repair (dc-Jack) BEFORE performing the LOGICAL troubleshooting action of a simple part swap (the ac adapter)? Reply

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Have you tried a new ,or borrowed charges.Try substituting a borrowed charger. Either your charger is bad,or the charging circuit on your motherboard is bad.I doubt if it's the charging circuit on the motherboard,probably the charger itself.

Posted on Jul 31, 2009

  • a jaan Mar 02, 2011

    i use wrong charger so charging circuit IC heat up and battery not charging

  • Albert Benjamin
    Albert Benjamin Mar 02, 2011

    That is just absolutely backward troubleshooting. Why would anyone in their right mind perform a major repair (dc-Jack) BEFORE performing the LOGICAL troubleshooting action of a simple part swap (the ac adapter)?

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