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The green light on the charger is solid until its plugged into the laptop then it blinks/flashes and does not charge.

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Check the output voltage by voltmeter.......it should be according to specification....

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My Energizer CHVCM3-UK has one side flashing green and the other solid green


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Green means batteries are correct inserted and they are charging, light goes off when batteries are full.
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Charger seems to have both red and green lites flashing at the same time no sequence and both batteries connected read 4.0 VDC, are these chargers repariable or throw aways


Your manual is here. The section on charging states, that green blinking means your battery is fully charged but blinking red means that your charger is faulty. I would say repairable.

1. Plug the female connector of the AC power cord (supplied) to the AC receptacle on the charger and plug in the male connector on the AC power cord into the wall outlet.

2. The On/Off LED indicator is blinking RED, this is abnormal. Unplug AC power cord from the on-board battery charger and wall outlet. Charger may need to be replaced. Contact an Invacare dealer or qualified technician.

3. When the On/Off LED indicator light is Off, charger is Off.

4. When the Charge LED indicator light is YELLOW, the batteries are charging.

5. When the Charge LED indicator light is solid GREEN, the batteries are fully charged (as their condition will allow).

6. When charging is complete, unplug the male connector of the AC power cord from the wall outlet and then unplug the female connector of the AC power cord from the AC receptacle on the charger.


http://www.invacare.com/doc_files/1125085.pdf

http://www.invacare.com/doc_files/1125085.pdf

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Light does not flash when charging battery


Please try this:
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2) Plug Charger into the wall (not into camera)
3) Last think plug charger into the camera

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What does a orange power light mean


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  • The majority of laptops will display a solid green, blue or purple battery light to indicate that the battery is fully charged. Most manufacturers indicate that a laptop is in the process of charging by displaying a solid or blinking green, orange, blue or purple light. If your battery indicator light is green, blue or purple, the battery is probably functional, regardless of whether the light is blinking. If the light is solid orange, the laptop is probably in the process of charging.

Battery Error Coneventions

  • Many battery manufacturers use rapidly blinking lights to indicate that a battery's charge level is low. In general, a laptop will rapidly blink orange or red when its charge drops below a certain level until the computer is plugged into a power outlet and charged. If your laptop's battery indicator continues to blink rapidly in orange or red or if it remains red even when it is plugged into the charger, it indicates a problem with your battery or the charger.


Read more: http://www.ehow.com/info_12183593_blinking-battery-light-laptop-mean-charger-not-charging.html#ixzz2fu5qhEWg

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Zoostorm laptops


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Charging Conventions

  • The majority of laptops will display a solid green, blue or purple battery light to indicate that the battery is fully charged. Most manufacturers indicate that a laptop is in the process of charging by displaying a solid or blinking green, orange, blue or purple light. If your battery indicator light is green, blue or purple, the battery is probably functional, regardless of whether the light is blinking. If the light is solid orange, the laptop is probably in the process of charging.

Battery Error Coneventions

  • Many battery manufacturers use rapidly blinking lights to indicate that a battery's charge level is low. In general, a laptop will rapidly blink orange or red when its charge drops below a certain level until the computer is plugged into a power outlet and charged. If your laptop's battery indicator continues to blink rapidly in orange or red or if it remains red even when it is plugged into the charger, it indicates a problem with your battery or the charger.

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I have the same problem. I watched the video on helix.com and it shows it off while charging, but mine blinks for like 3 hours then turns solid green so I guess it is done. Anyone care to comment???

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My charger is flashing red when i place the battery in it


Ridgid charger lights read as follows: Solid red; charger has power. Flashing red; charger is evaluating the battery, checking if it's cool enough to charge and if it is in chargeable condition. If the battery is hot, i.e. just came off the tool after extended use, it won't charge the battery until it cools down. Flashing red & green; the battery is defective and the charger will not charge it. Solid red & flashing green; battery is charging. Solid green; battery is full.

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Laptop will not turn on and when you plug in the


You may have a DC Jack issue and needs to be replaced. Common with Acer models using the yellow DC jacks.

And since the battery will not charge, it is most likely a component issue. Shorted MOSFET in the charge section.

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My charger works and the light is solid green when i plug it in, but when i plug the charger into my computer the light blinks and my computer wont charge. what's wrong?


Either the battery has failed beyond the point of taking a charge or power connector on the mother board is broken. Check out my website www.micromendllc.com

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The battery won't charge on acer aspire 3610. I replaced battery with a new one which arrived with 65% charge. I fitted it and laptop worked until no charge left. The charger is plugged into mains and...


check the output of the charger and see if it is charging if so the conector might be bad does the plug wiggle when it is plugged in? it should feel very solid

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