Question about IBM ThinkPad 755C Laptop Charger (1300656LMD0011291)

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When I plug in my charger for my ibm thinkpad 755c, the computer does not turn on, even after 5 minutes of waiting. When I saw the in-erds of the laptop, I noticed there were two smaller batteries, one for the RAM, and one for the processor. Could that be the problem? It would seem like the charger would charge all three batteries... Thanks for your assistance!

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  • Inbar Rose
    Inbar Rose Mar 27, 2011

    how old is the laptop?
    sure the wall socket you are using has power running though it?
    made sure to press the power button on the laptop?

  • hobeywithpiz Mar 28, 2011

    The laptop is 1994 (I know, old) it hasn't been turned on for 6-8 years. The power button was firmly pressed, and there is power running through the wall socket.

    Any other ideas?

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Sorry, the problem is your battery. when lithium batteries, the kind in laptops are unused for a long period of time, they melt down. it may have also destroyed other inner parts of the laptop, you must go to a electronics store to check it out, do not try opening it at home, since there could be hazardous chemicals inside.

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