Question about Acer Aspire 5600 Series 5630-6951 Laptop
The laptop was plugged in with the battery attached as well, then suddenly it turned off. It would not turn on after.
The AC adapter still works, but I think the battery is shot because I put it in another Aspire 5600 and it doesn't show the charge rate of the battery.
I did not smell any burning in and around the laptop, and I tried doing the "Discharge Method" which I read about here.
Any solution would be welcome...
You might have a Loose DC Power Jack.. Or.. if you're using the same AC Power cord for both laptops that you tested, you apparently have a break(short) in the Power charging cord which is quite common...
To Test the cord..take the battery out and try to boot with just the AC power cord plugged in, If it does'nt power up, try turning and slightly twisting the plug into the port.. LOOK to see if the power light is on or flickers...
Posted on Jun 04, 2008
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