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Charge isn't consistent. Orange light flashes instead of remaining on when charging.

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Hi,
Are you using the original ac power adapter, or one that is designed for use with your model to ensure that it is fitting tightly where it plugs into the laptop at the dc jack?
If so, the dc jack could be broken, which could prevent the battery from charging properly, resulting in the flashing amber light, which is indicating that the battery is still low and needs recharging.
Another possibility is that the battery is defective, but the more likely problem is the dc jack since it is such a common problem.
You can find a replacement dc jack here.
http://www.laptoppartsexpert.com/c-49361-toshiba-satellite-a130-a135-series-a135-s2276.html
Good luck, please let me know if it helps.
Thanks

Posted on May 08, 2010

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