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Take the main battery out and use a stiff toothbrush to clean the metal connectors. Sometimes I find that dirt builds up on the metal slots preventing the battery from charging, failing that it is most likely the battery and will need to be replaced, in rare cases the charging circuits in the laptop have been known to fail.

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Depending on how old the battery is, it may have lost its ability to charge / retain a charge.

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SOURCE: Dell Latitude D510 will not charge battery

HI, check soldering on Fuse 1 right next to the power inlet plug, just fixed mine.

you will have to dissassemble it completly to get acces to it

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SOURCE: battery light is flashing orange on d510 computer

i have a d800 that does the same thing. battery is no good

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I would say take to a good PC repair shop (Not Geek Squad) and ask them to look at the power jack on the motherboard, it may need replacing. Next would be more of a a motherboard problem and its just quit. Good repair shops could help you either way get it fixed. I don't recommend anyone tackling any sort of laptop motherboard fix unless you really know what your doing.

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Hello, the problem you are having is caused by a loose connection on your motherboard between the charging port and the motherboard. You can either open your computer and try to solder it, or you will need to replace the motherboard.

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HI, check soldering on Fuse 1 right next to the power inlet plug, just fixed mine.

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