Question about Fujitsu Siemens AMILO Pro V2000 Notebook
The batteries (main and additional) in my FujitsuSiemens S6120 don't charge any more. However the battery icon on Windows and the mains icon on the LCD show that power is getting to the machine. Possible relevant... I'm wondering if it's normal for the PSU to give 26V off-load (I can't easily try it on load). Could this make the charging circuit shut down? I've tried to take the thing to bits to look for a loose connection on the power jack but haven't managed to get it apart... yet.
Whats the spec of your power supply (approx 19v dc @ 3 - 4 Amps...)
Voltage 'OFF LOAD' is irrelevant - its the power consumption (A) that you need to validate (Do not measure directly)
Does the Laptop power up under mains feed ?
Is your concern mainly the fact that the battery(s) are not charging ?
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
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