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Dead batter So I let my battery go dead. plugged it into the usb sync cable (that also charges the unit) and nothing is charging. What do you do with that?

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    I've had the Ipaq for four years and now it's not charging at all. I can charge the battery in the docking cradle but once I put the battery in or place the iPaq in the dock, nothing will power on at all. Could it be the backup battery? I thought the unit would at least power on like a hard reset, but I am getting nothing at all.

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If it is very flat it can take quite a while to appear to be doing anything.  Try using and external charger and resetting it after 15 mins on charge

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Many iPod owners purchase a charging unit that plugs into a standard wall outlet to recharge the iPod's battery.
However, the iPod wall charger is not included with new purchases, so consumers must either purchase a separate charger or find a way to charge their iPod using other means.
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My john deere la125 seems to be drawing power wile shut down, it take a week for the batter to go dead, i've pulled the batterer and it stays charged up , I've checked the charging unit and i


What you do is power off the machine, and disconnect the negative battery cable. Put a test light or volt meter between the battery negative terminal and the disconnected negative battery cable.

You will likely have a light or voltage reading...Then you start disconnecting things....I suggest the alternator.

When you have the correct component disconnected and the test light or volt meter shows no current.

If this component is the alternator, they have diode sets inside (or somewhere else in the charging circuit) Typically one diode fails and this causes the draw that you describe. The system often still charges, but at a slightly lower capacity with the failed diode.

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MESSAGE STATES THAT BATTERY IS LOW, AND KEEPS SHUTTING OFF. BATTERY SHOWN ON SCREEN AS DEAD.


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let me know how you make out after charging it via the usb cable that was supplied with the unit.

bill

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  1. Use the provided vehicle power cable that came with your GPS unit. The unit will charge while powered on and using the device as well as when the GPS unit is powered off and plugged into a running vehicle.
  2. Use an AC power adaptor. Some units come with this power cable to plug the GPS unit into a wall outlet allowing the GPS unit to take a charge. For units that do not come with this cable, one can be purchased from Garmin's online store.
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I dont' think so. No other PDA does - it would be quite a drain on the USB port. It isn't like powering the tiny LED in an optical mouse.

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