Your model may be somewhat different so you'll need to be adaptable and handy. The replacement battery can be the same type if it was a NiCd or you should be able to use a NiMH replacement of the same voltage and either the same size or a little bit smaller than the original battery. A NiCd charger typically will work with NiMH (it may not work with Lithium Ion batteries). If there's a void to fill, you can use hot melt glue or wrap it with electrical tape or something else of your choosing. If parts won't stay together, hot melt glue may come to the rescue. If you won't ever be replacing the battery again you can use epoxy or some other glue. Hot melt glue can usually be cut off or pried off things but works well until you use a bit of force to take it off, so it's a great adhesive.
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if its rechargeable why replace it just recharge it. depending on what it is in you may be able to find a replaceable regular battery for it, or the rechargeable battery that is in the component maybe bad and won`t take a charge. there fore you should be able to find a battery that is the same. rechargeable batteries do have a life span.
Lithium ION batteries are usually rechargeable. The use mode for these batteries is that there are a set number of recharges that equate to the life of the battery. Usually that life is approximately 1,000 charges.
If you use your battery to 50% then recharge, you can do this ~2,000 times. As the life of the battery is used up, the maximum charge lessens which means where you may have had 8 hours of play time when the battery was new, you will only have 6 hours as the battery life is used up.
In order for a Lithium ION battery to recharge there must be at least a small amount of charge left as a "seed" for that recharge. If you drain a L-ION battery down to zero, it may never recharge again or the max charge will be reduced to an insignificant amount of the original full charge. eg instead of 8 hours you may only get 15 minutes, or 5 minutes, or no minutes.
You are much better off recharging when 50% depleted than using it up til your product stops.
L-ION batteries cannot be repaired only replaced. Most cheap products using L-ION batteries cannot have their batteries replaced.
Places like Batteries + are able to replace some tablet batteries.
Be sure to charge your batteries fully before installing them. If the batteries are non-rechargeable, dispose of the old batteries properly, and then replace them.
Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge/discharge cycles before they become exhausted. If your rechargeable batteries are dead after a full charge cycle, they may also need to be replaced.
On the Top on the Mouse u can see the Battery u need to Remove the old Battery's and Replace with New battery see that you use Rechargeable battery because ordinary battery life spam is very less and u need to change the batterys for every 1 month so if u use the rechargeable battery then u need not change battery for 1 month at least for 5 or 6 months the rechargeable battery work and u can keep and spare rechargeable battery when every needed and try to purchase a Sony Rechargeable batterys
Some times battery's are beon recharging that recharge wont do it, after you recharge battery turn your lights on, if very dim or dont come on, battery is no good replace it, also try to start it it if lights go off, replace battery.
Usually, there is a battery door on the bottom that you can open to replace the batteries. However, some mice have internal batteries, and you must place them in the recharging dock in order to recharge them.
Did you go online and look up this troubleshooting tip from HP? Did you make sure the batteries are rechargeable and in the correct orientation ( + and - )? Here is the results from looking up the error code M627-435 at the HP website:
Ensure that the batteries are rechargeable. If the batteries are not rechargeable, replace them with rechargeable batteries.
If the batteries are rechargeable, take them out and check for obvious physical damage. If the batteries are damaged, replace the batteries with rechargeable batteries in good physical condition.
If the batteries are in good condition, charge the batteries using the external charger that shipped with the camera before using them in the camera for the first time.
If you have tried each of the steps above and the status message still displays when you try to charge the batteries, replace the batteries.
The Batteries cannot be charged status message is usually caused by one of the following:
When first connected to an optional HP AC power adapter or placed on an optional dock, the camera performs a test to determine if the batteries are rechargeable. If the test determines that the batteries are non-rechargeable, an status message displays in the LCD.
If the battery charge falls below 1.1 volts, the camera cannot detect that the batteries are rechargeable. The camera does not charge batteries below a 1.1-volt threshold to prevent charging non-rechargeable batteries. Rechargeable batteries discharged below 1.1 volts can be charged in an external charger.
Apparently, your batteries are either seriously discharged where you need to use an external AC charger to recharge the batteries or their damagaed and need replacing. Hope this helps.