Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S4527 Notebook
It's almost 2 years old laptop when ever i plug in the charger it doesn't show that it's getting charged.......the lights which will be showing when it's getting charged are not showing......please help me on this
Check if the cord going from the charger to the computer isn't broken. It usually breaks either near the plug that goes into the laptop, or near the charger inlet, due to mechanical strain.
The symptoms are a bulge inside the insulation, broken insulation and bare metal strands showing, sparks or heating up of a certain spot on the cable.
You can purchase a replacement power supply online or in computer supply shop, they are rather inexpensive. You need to find a type that will suit your laptop, usually the vendor will assist you with that choice.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
Srivastav,What you have described indicates that the charger has gone. And unfortunately these things can not be repaired. In the past two months I have had to replace three chargers due to spikes or high voltage. Too bad. So, please replace the charger and see your laptop running again. And use a good voltage stabilizer that has cuts high voltage.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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However if there is voltage on the pins then check the voltage on the battery terminal pins in the laptop. If absent then the motherboard is faulty.
you need to use a multimeter to check and track the path of the voltage/current to confirm the area of fault in the charging section.
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