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Battery does not charge

Need to know what the value or the mfg number of the 8 pin surface mount chip that is beside the battery--this is probabably a mosfet and it turns the charging circuit on and off
the only number on the chip is 4805
any help would be appreciated
thks

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  • jerry kinrys Jul 24, 2008

    thks for your help

    the battery will not charge in the dell d610

    the problem component ( chip) has been isolated

    the problem now is that it does not have any SPECIFIC markings as to what it is

    i believe that it is a MOSFET but the only markings are 4805

    it is an 8 pin surface mount beside the battery--need to know the generic name or compatible part and / manufacurer number

    its generic values also may help

    thks again

  • Glenn Rogers
    Glenn Rogers May 11, 2010

    You have tried calibrating the battery?

    Still, if you feel that you are capable of removing this and testing surrounding components that may have cascaded I suggest you ask the following expert on our site, who may or may not be able to help you on this specific problem. He is a board troubleshooter and repair tech in Australia, not just a board puller. He is more than capable of assisting you in the part or parts and where to buy despite his location. Just remember the time/day difference.

    http://www.fixya.com/users/robotek/

    You may say I referred you thou its not important.

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Your best bet is to buy a parts laptop form ebay and canibalize the part you need. Dell is very good at keeping its parts abit esoteric, leaving you no option but to part out another laptop.

I also have a Dell 600 series and I like it for what it does. When I have to face this problem I'll be getting a parts board or entire laptop. They aren't expensive when you think about it.

I'll check my wholesaler trade pub and see it there isn't a company I can refer you to. If you say no don't bother, say so before I hunt through the listings, OK?

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Take the chip out and try Radio Shack, they have a large selection of various computer chips, circuits,etc... If they don't have it in stock they have many electronics catalogs and should be able to order it for you. Your other option is contacting Dell, or getting a perts board off Ebay.

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  • Ryan Rogers
    Ryan Rogers Jul 25, 2008

    This chip is the power management chip. That's all I know about it, I can't tell you the manufacturer, model, or part number. I chatted a bit with a Dell tech I use, but he couldn't tell me anything on the chip other than replace the board or send it to them for repair. I have replaced these chips before from dead boards that I picked up at auction or Ebay. I'd send you a chip, but I'm completely out. I've used all of them from the boards I have here. My last customer with this problem I replaced the entire board.

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