You’re laptop is plugged in but it isn’t charging. Follow these steps and if it doesn’t fix your problem, give us a call at www.wickedeasyfix.com 888-285-9195 and we’ll help you get back up and running.
Many times the simplest little fix saves you hours of searching for solutions. Try these steps:
1. Unplug the power cord- and blow several times into the end of the receptacle that plugs into the laptop, then do the same on the laptop where the power plugs in.This seems goofy and too easy, but many times it works.
2. Check to see if it is the battery-
Remove the battery entirely and try plugging in the laptop. If the laptop powers on properly, the problem was probably a defective or damaged battery.
3. Connector issues-
Check along the power cord for bends, breaks, pet chews, and look for melted plastic. You might need a new power cord.
4. Check the Connector-
When you plug in the laptop's power connector, the connection should be fairly solid. If it's loose, the power jack may have broken inside the chassis. You might need a local repair if this is the issue
Your laptop may be over heating. Your system could be shutting down to prevent a fire, or the heat sensor on the battery could be telling the system that the battery is full. Make sure you are not blocking the cooling vents. Let the system cool down and take the time to make sure that the air vents are clean and unobstructed.
As always, call us or chat with us at www.WickedEasyFix.com.
If we can’t fix it, you don’t pay.