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Chargers -3 and the under. That's at least what I'm playing. Jags can't score and their defensive is solid. Chargers are mediocre at best. 17 - 13 game area.
i have a dell inspiration mini 10, and i've had 3 different chargers since i got it 2 years ago, and all 3 chargers i've had to hold in a sertain position to get it to work, and i have to wiggle it round loads!!
1. Make sure your laptop power jack and charger plug tip are securely connected, not loose fitting. If it is loosing you can find the power jack on OKorder. However, fixing and soldering the power jack might requires some professional skills. 2. Ensure that the power cord and/or AC adapter are plugged into the computer and the connection is solid and secured. 3. Verify that the power cord is plugged into AC adapter completely. 4. Attempt to use a different electrical outlet. 5. Test out with another charger. Always, the LED light of charger needs to be constantly on. If not, replace the defective charger. AC adapter has its own lifespan and does not last forever, you can consider getting a charger under lifetime warranty from store like Topmic Good luck!
Help, My Charger isn't working. I was just charging my laptop and it st stopped charging. It was still plugged in and it's new.
Take it in to be checked, if under warranty it will be replaced
I'll cut to the iPhone still charges but the charger needs to be in a certain position for the phone to charge whereas it used to be just plug it in and the iPhone would charge. I say this for the fact that a couple nights ago I found out that one of my charger went hey wire and decided to malfunction leaving some battery acid residue in its wake. Well, pulling the iPhone off the battery acid residue might have gotten the iPhone charge port too but the tricky thing is that the iPhone charger port started malfunctioning before this. I got an iPhone 3G.Does this make sense?
No, not really (making sense that is) if you are using a wall/USB charger , there is no way that is it leaving battery acid residue, that if it is battery acid, is coming from the battery in the iPhone. Otherwise I will assume that the charger got wet in some fashion. So it's either a loose charging port, or a bad charging cable/wall charger. Anytime you have to hold a charger in a certain position or prop it up to allow it to charge, it will be either the port or the cable plugged into the port.
I just got a new puppy and he is AWESOME and i have dog proofed the house, but he likes to chew on my computer charger. My computer battery is low. Help?
You must figure out a way to charge the computer where the dog can't reach it. Either that or constantly correct the dog every time it starts. Many dogs have died from chewing electrical wires. Chewing the wire after the transformer will only kill the computer.
Can you leave rechargeable batteries on charger 24/7 or is it bad to batteries or does the charger automatically quit charging the battery when it is fully charged?
Most chargers *should* automatically quit charging when the battery is full, although some cheaper ones don't (most really old ones don't either). If you don't know, don't assume, and simply unplug it or your batteries might cook/leak/explode. Ni-Cd and Ni-MH batteries will both heat up when they're nearing full charge (and when overcharging). If your battery is a Li-Ion, the charger almost certainly stops charging automatically when it's full, because Li-Ion batteries tend to catch fire and/or explode if they overcharge, although the batteries themselves are supposed to have safety mechanisms built in to keep this from happening (although depending on the mechanism it might permanently shut down the battery). In any case, just about every charger for a Li-Ion battery will automatically stop charging when it's full, and they can usually be left plugged in.
I was in class today and suddenly my Acer Aspire One A150 charger stopped working. I don't think I stepped on it or anything, but the charger just doesn't seem to work anymore. What should I do?
If it is over one year old, replace it
I have a Dell latitude D800(will not turn on) i plug the charger in the green light on the charger turns off. there is nothing wrong with the battery or charger.
flow to the bios and verify your battery prestige if that's below 10% after leaving it plug in all day after it shutdowns while unplug then a sparkling battery ,verify your battery potential administration settings the two on the bios and in domicile windows