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Laptop works great on AC input, Battery charges and discharges per the indicators but will not power up on DC only. What needs replacing?


If the laptop battery is more than 3 - 4 years old then the battery could be worn out. Rechargeable batteries have a finite number of charge and discharge cycles and will lose their charge capacity over time, i.e. won't charge to 100% and gradually the charge reduces until the battery won't charge up at all. OR The battery shows a 100% charge but when the adapter is disconnected the battery drops off to zero capacity in a very short time. If the battery drops to an unacceptable charge level then the battery needs to be replaced. Rechargeable batteries will fail if stored in a discharged state for long periods.

Apr 03, 2013 | Fujitsu LifeBook S6231 Notebook

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Install new charged rechargable batteries and will be dead batteries in bout 2 hrs not even turned on. take 2 pics and gone


Is your newly charged battery are new? Maybe your battery is worn out already. Or buy a new rechargable batteries and observe. Remember do not over charge your battery, this is always the reason why your battery got easily worn out. Thanks

Sep 11, 2011 | Kodak EasyShare C875 Digital Camera

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My Fujifilm FinePix AV100 12MP Digital Camera battery easily gets discharge or Low Battery even the battery is fully charged and new, what do you think the problem might be???


Welcome to FixYa.

First thing we need to verify is what type of battery are you using.

The Capacity of rechargeable Ni-MH batteries may be temporarily reduced when new, after long periods of disuse, or if they are repeatedly recharged before being fully discharged. Capacity can be increased by repeatedly discharging the batteries using the DISCHARGE option and recharging them in a battery charger. Do not use this option with non-rechargeable batteries.

Also possible reason why your battery easily discharge if:

* battery are cold
-warm the battery by placing them in your pocket or other warm place.
* ther is a dirt on the battery terminals
-clean the terminals with soft and dry cloth
* the camera is always on AUTO mode
- choose different shooting mode

I hope this information will help on your issues.
Feel free to send us your comments or suggestion if this solution is helpful.

Thank you for using FixYa.

Apr 08, 2011 | Cameras

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I HAVE 2 BATTERIES AND THEY WILL NOT STAY CHARGED. THE CAMERA IS ONLY 2 YEARS OLD. DO I NEED TO REPLACE THE BATTERIES?


This might indeed be the case if you had the batteries for a while, and have recharged them several times. Unfortunately, even rechargeable batteries don't last forever, and need to be replaced. You can actually shorten this life of rechargeable batteries if you don't "discharge", or, "charge" them up correctly when first purchased, strange as that might seem.

Hope this helps. :)

Oct 02, 2010 | Sanyo VPC-E760 Digital Camera

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How do i discharge a new camera battery sanyo vpc-t1284


hi anna ... you probably dont want to do that (discharge the battery) .. depending on the battery chemistry, you cant gain anything and can damage the battery ... for long term storage, lithium batteries like about 70% charge and dont like any complete discharge .. in fact better chargers will refuse to charge the Li battery once the cell voltage goes below a threshold .. when your lithium battery shows dead it is actually still higher than that minimum voltage.. once the cell is below that critical value then conductive bridges start to form inside the battery, that can cause battery overheating and possible explosion during subsequent charging .. so lithium batteries want to stay at least partially charged .. ... NiMH batteries can be fully discharged but that doesnt gain you anything .. they have no "memory effect" .. and deap cycling doesnt improve performance .. normal use cycling of a new battery may increase its capacity slightly as it "breaks in" but deap discharge is not needed or recommended .. for long term storage they want to be in an initial state of fully charged .... in NiCd there is thought to be a "memory effect" which is actually an overcharging effect ... those cells can sometimes benifit from a few deap cycles (conditioning) to erase the effects of over charging, but NiMH and lithium have mostly replaced NiCd in anything less than several years old (since Cd is toxic) .. ... there is only one case where lithium batteries are purposly discharged ... thats on some laptops or other equipment that use relitively large batteries ... but thats not for the battery its to reset the "power remaining meter" in the laptop .. that is a calculated value that tries to measure discharge time vs charge time to guess at what state the battery is in .. it can eventually become inaccurate due to accumulated errors .. discharging then charging the battery will reset that to a new starting point .. so purposly discharging LiON and NiMH batteries is not a good idea and doesn't .improve anything ... there are a lot of people that think it does but thats just habit left over from the NiCd days ... even some manufacturers of electronic stuff still believe that, but you can easily look at the battery manufacturers site to get their view .. you will find that the age old custom/habit of battery cycling is wrong unless you are still using the old NiCd cells ....

Dec 23, 2009 | Sanyo Cameras

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My HP DV6000 was stuck on 5% then I followed he advice of others on this website and removed the battery it then charged up to 28% and stopped. So I tried it again and it went up to 29% and stopped, so I...


If the laptop battery is 3 - 5 years old then the battery could be worn out. Rechargeable batteries have a finite number of charge and discharge cycles and will lose their charge capacity over time until they won't charge up at all.

Nov 12, 2009 | HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook

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Hp h6325 not charging


Take it back to the shop where you boght it and ask for a replacement.

Aug 02, 2009 | HP Computers & Internet

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T290i battery easily discharge


U can't handle it anymore, u need to buy a new battery instead, and make sure it is original or even high quality.Never choose ow quality battery cause you're going to experience the same probem if you do.

Sep 27, 2008 | Sony Ericsson T290i Cellular Phone

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Rapid battery discharge/non connecting calls


take the phone and have it either reflash or the main-board replaced.

May 22, 2008 | LG CU400 Cellular Phone

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How do I discharge a battery


Why do you want to discharge. Lithium Ion batteries do not have a memory, though they do require a few charge cycles to reach full capacity. In this case, discharge in camera under normal usage.

Another possibility is if you got a very good deal on the internet for a battery, say 50% off, chances are the date code for this battery, even if it was bubble packaged, had expired. Lithium batteries have about a year shelf life before they begin to fail to completely take a charge. Retailers know this and dump them onto the 'gray' market. Another possibility is if you got a very good deal on a charger for your batteries. Lithium batteries are much more complicated to charge and a cheap charger can hurt them more easily than a cheap charge can hurt a nicad or nimh.

Mar 31, 2008 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3 Digital Camera

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