So i was in a hurry and was plugging things in, when i realized that i plugged my ASUS battery charger pack into my power port for my external, its lit up, for about 3 seconds then went off, i immediately disconnected and tried plugging in the right power cord for the external and its not being recognized or even turning the thing on, any suggestions?
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Laptop battery do have a specific lifespan, specially for older units. Still, you can check that your charger are working properly, using a voltmeter (do check the outer label of the charger for actual voltage output). You may try to do my Tips on Laptop battery Good luck Tedmac
Based on your explanation I will try to answer your problem.
It seems you have a problem with charger regulator. When you plug your charger into AC outlet then this regulator will detect the current that flows through voltage sensor then the Vreg pole will command the regulator to open charging circuit.
In plain English: Your computer has a problem with power regulator IC which located near the battery poles.
bad news; if its reading 40% with the power cord, its most likely the battery pack... if you're not seeing strange troubles while the cord is plugged in, then its probably not a bad charger. this isnt GOOD news, but try just removing the pack, and then plug it in... if its still working, then you found the problem... and the "charging" icon should disappear, leaving only the "ac power" indicator - good luck
As per my understanding you are experiencing issues with the laptop not working without a charger being plugged in.In this regards what I would suggest you do is see if the battery charges with the charger plugged in and in case the battery does get charged see if you are able to power on the laptop with just the battery connected and no charger plugged in.If you are able to get the laptop to turn on only with the charger connected and unable to power on with just the battery then it would be an issue with the battery not getting charge.So before you replace the battery please unplug all external devices from the laptop including the charger and the battery and without the charger or battery connected to the laptop please press and hold down the power button for 30 seconds after which please insert the battery into the laptop and see if you are able to turn on the laptop.This step is performed so that we could drain out unwanted static electric charges from the laptop.In case this step does not work please do consider replacing the battery since it would be an issue with the battery not getting charged.
Best wishes for your effort.
Keith You have to remove the seat from the scooter and then lift the battery pack out of the frame. On the front of the battery pack there should be a charger port where you can plug in the charger into the battery pack when you are inside. Plug your charger into the battery pack first then plug it into the receptacle. When fully charged unplug from the receptacle first then unplug it from the battery pack. In other words always have the charger unplugged from the power when plugging and unplugging it from the battery pack. Velcro is holding the pack down so you might have to give it a good yank to get it off the frame. Hope this helps