I turn on my laptop and it turns off before the winows xp loading page pops up and when i plug in the charger the green light on the charger keeps on blinking. and normaly it doesnt blink.is it something to do with the battery?? i also had it on the bed on standby all night does that have anything to do with the problem??
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Re: laptop wont stay on
Ok. first insert the power cable and remove the battery and try starting the computer. If it still goes off when windows is loading then its a virus and reinstalling the windows would be the solution but if it continues to windows then its from the battery.
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i've seen so many of these batteries where when you plug in the charger the light stays green, theres three possible reasons for this 1. Charger is not putting out enough volts. check the charger with a multimeter and make sure that its putting out at least 13.8 volts 2. the battery connectors uner the blue plastic housing have come disconnected. you'll have to pop off on side of the battery and reconnect then 3. dead battery. replace the battery
sounds like a charger inhibit problem. Whenever you charge your chair the charger inhibit shuts down the chair so it can't be moved while charging. If you are getting this then that function is not working. Lets try this if you know of someone who has a chair or scooter with an off-board charger see if you can borrow it. Plug the off-board charger into the charger port located under the front of the joystick (don't have the on-board charger plugged in) and then turn the charger on. turn the chair's power on and you hopefully will see the lights blinking again indicating a charger plugged in (charger inhibit) the lights on the charger should be red and yellow (yellow turning green when fully charged) If you still get the problem with the off-board charger then your problem is in the controller or power module and this requires a new one. If Medicare paid for your chair you can call Repair Xpress @ 1-877-81-3733 or Roadrunner Mobility @ 1-800-467-2668 to have them fix it for you and bill Medicare for most of the repair costs. Hope this helps you
When the green light stays on regardless of dead battery, this means the battery is defective. The battery must present a load to the charger, which causes the charger voltage to drop, turning the charger on. When the battery is defective, it will not load the charger, and the charger voltage stays at full charge value. This of course, causes the green light to be switched on.
Remove the battery and try again. If it solved the problem the battery is shorted and must be replaced. Look at the plug in the back of the laptop for the power. Is it lose? if it is lose you have a short from it touching contactd together and it must be replaced. If neither of these work try using a loner power supply to see if it is that. The D600 has lots of Power problems on of witch is the Motherboard itself. Hope this helps you out.
If the charger is automatically giving you a green light when you plug in the charger, the batteries are most likely damaged and will no longer take a charge. This can happen when the power chair is stored and the batteries are not charged for a while. The green light on the charger indicates the battery is full, but instead of being full of power, its full of crud. Try to replace the batteries and see if that will solve the problem.