Question about Dell Inspiron 1525 Notebook
Since it sounds like an issue with the Power first try to release flea power.Disconnect the charger,remove battery,press and hold down the power button for 30 seconds.Reconnect the battery and charger.Turn on system and check if it turns on. For further help please check Dell Inspiron 1525 Manual. Also confirm if the light on the charger stays on,when connected to the system.
Posted on May 19, 2017
There is a small board that the power button is integrated into that connects to the motherboard. When this power board malfunctions it will cause this issue with the machine. It can, and quite often does, damage the motherboard when it malfinctions. You should take the machine in for a power board replacement and a diagnostic to make sure that the power board hasn't damaged the motherboard.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
On the long term, a power adapter with a bigger amperage can damage battery and battery charger.
Better to get an adapter with same specs as the 65/70W one , or an original replacemant:
Dell Inspiron 1525 New AC Power Adapter Supply $14.29 - Buy.com Dell Inspiron 1525 65 Watt Original AC Adapter $25.00 - parts4nb.com Dell Inspiron 1525 Power Cord PA-12 $16.95 - AmeriMax Advance
DELL Inspiron 1525 DC Power Laptop Adapter ... £25.23 - B2C Shopping UK DELL Inspiron 1525 Laptop AC Adapter power adapter £38.99 - Very Good Battery Dell Inspiron 1525 Ac Adapter Charger Power ... £16.50 - eBay UK
AU/NZ - DELL INSPIRON 1505 E1405 E1505 AC Adapter Power Supply
Dell : Lind Electronics 70-Watt DC Power Adapter for Dell Inspiron
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
Dell has a chip internal to the battery programed to shut down after a certain number of charge cycles. This means every time you plug the laptop in with the battery installed. When it reaches this determined number the battery effectively shuts down, even though technically it's still good. There have been loads of complaints on the net toward Dell over this issue. I have myself experience this. Battery good one day, powered down, went home, powered up... only to receive the deadly flashing light. Only cure is to replace battery. Several hacks trying to get around this but they're all horrible. Bad Dell - bad, bad Dell!
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
Thank you for yuor query
Please can you try the following
1) Remove battery
2) Remove wall charger
3) Press and hold the power button in for 30 seconds
4) Plug in wall charger only
5) Retry powering the laptop and if it switches on plug battery in after 5 minutes
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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