I took some photos earlier today and removed the battery and put in the charger. When I put the battery back in it won't power up and acts like it has no power. I tried all three of my batteries with nothing. I was hoping this would last for the rest of the year so I can get something a little better next year.
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Re: Sigh no sign of life?
Micro SMD Fuse blew on the board, needs to be serviced and that may not be worth the camera, but high end cameras are worth it, maybe yours. I could look at it for you, just the round trip price of postage. pishta68 at hotmail dot com
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I may have addressed this question earlier. If your Dell shows absolutely no sign of life... no LEDs, no nothing and you know for certain the battery and/or power adapter is good then...
If you have access to a docking station (ANY Dell dock that will mate with the bottom connector on your D800), put the D800 in the dock and use the power button on the docking station.
If the laptop powers up, you may have a simply problem with the laptop "Press to turn on" button.
ABOVE THE LAPTOP KEYBOARD...
Use a small flat screwdriver blade to remove the Center Control Cover (just beneath the display/cover hinge and above the F1-F12 keys). Locate the cover's flat ribbon cable connector above the Page Up key. Pull off and carefully reinstall. Try the power button now. If it works, put everything back together. Otherwise seek profession help.
If it won't start in manual, you have a short and/or a bad control board. Make sure battery polarity is correct, did you disconnect battery charger before removing old battery? If not charger can push DC volts over 20V and can damage control board.
remember the motor transfer the power to the front..there no weight on the motor when you take it off..the motor can be going bad/a singnal! most people change the battery without checking the motor for wear..
Remove the main battery and press power, sometimes this will solve the problem. If not, remove one stick of ram and power on, if not remove the second one and replace the first and try again. If no result it is probably a motherboard issue.
I had this same problem! Scoured the web and found no solution. This is what I did to fix it...
Remove battery. Unplug charger. Press and hold the power button for 20 - 30 seconds. While still holding the power button, re-insert the battery and/or plug in the charger. Voila! Came back to life and worked like nothing ever happened.
I also did the same thing with the record button, but it was the power button that got the result.
Remove the batteries .. Every Chair is different .. but if the batteries aren't charging it's probably that they were left uncharged for a time and they dropped down enough that the charger dosn't recognize them .. If they drop down below around 6 volts the charger won't charge them ... I have taken batteries out and charged them individualy with a car charger .. but they never come back .. at best half life.
should find out why the original charger stopped working in the first place... was it a faulty mother board really.
anyway if the ratings on the charger you bought are for that laptop indeed, then it should power up the laptop minus the battery. ofcourse if you put in charger minus battery, dont expect it to show the charging led..just try to power it on
Try taking the battery out of the phone hold the power button for at least 20 seconds and put the battery back in and reconnect the charger. If that doesnt reset the phone then i'd say your phone died and not the battery. Does it do anything at all with the charger hooked up? Any lights come on?