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Plugged in, Not Charging (Windows Vista HP 6735s Laptop)

Posted on 2009-04-09
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Hi,
Having some trouble with my brand new HP 6735s.
Starting yesterday whenever I plug my AC charger into the laptop the power icon says: plugged in, not charging and that the battery it at 0%. If I take out the power cord a warning comes up saying battery is at 0% and to save any work. I have tried changing my power plan and still nothing.
Thanks.
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Pull the battery and plug in the power. Does it run? Charger is probably OK but battery may be faulty. Plug and unplug the battery a few times to clean the contacts and try charging again. Won't start with the battery out? Faulty charger. It is under warranty, take it back.

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Hey,
Thanks for the reply. I took out the battery and put it back in and presto it works!
Thanks very much :)
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Excellent.

Chris B
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