New laptop batteries not charge

October 19, 2012 at 05:30:36
Specs: Windows 7
I bought a new laptop battery as the original one was oly lasting about 4o mins, with the adaptor plugged and the new laptop battery in, the battery icon says its at 55% and charging but as soon as I take the ac adaptor out the laptop looses power .

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October 19, 2012 at 05:52:01
Hi ???,

if the laptop runs longer (with the psu disconnected) on the old battery when charged, than on the new battery when charged, it suggests the new battery is duff.

Contact the supplier to arrange its return.

Please note:
A new battery sometimes need quite a while to fully charge first time.

A replacement battery should supply the same volts and same (or preferably higher) wattage than the one it is replacing.

Please advise back on progress.

Good Luck - Keep us posted.

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October 19, 2012 at 08:21:17
Send the battery and adapter back to the store and get your money back. Get a reputable make from a good reseller next time. These people are obviously selling cheap rubbish.

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October 26, 2012 at 01:23:40
New batteries are hard to be charged. Sometimes, your electronic device may indicate a fully charged condition about 10 to 15 minutes when the new battery pack is being charged for the first time. When this happens, remove the battery pack and let it cool down for about 10 to 15 minutes then repeat the charging procedure. Sometimes, a new battery will suddenly refuse to be charged. If this happens, a suggested solution is trying to remove the battery from the device and insert it again.

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October 26, 2012 at 01:28:28
Avoid cheap battery shops like the plague. If a new battery doesn't charge it's because it is a cheap knockoff.

The suggested solution is to buy a decent battery from a reputable supplier. At all costs avoid suppliers who spam forums. If they can't afford to advertise properly, what quality do you think their batteries will be? "Cheap" in the name of a supplier is a warning that you ignore at your own cost.

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