My Toshiba Satellite A 200-FE2 laptop won't battery won't charge?
if it wont charge, it could be the charger itself or the port on the laptop. Verify that the charge works on another computer if you can. If not, i would start with the charger as it can be cheaper then a new motherboard or a new laptop. But try to find a way to test it first.
The initial charge of a Toshiba laptop battery may only last 10 to 15 minutes. Afterward, the laptop battery's recharge time will vary based on the computer model, settings, usage, age of the battery and the level of charge the battery already has when you begin the recharge. http://www.battery-company.com.au/laptop-battery.php/toshiba_1.htm
To charge a battery amperage is needed. This is done with a battery charger that supplies an amperage to the battery when the battery is connected to it. The rate of charge is dependant upon the discharge condition of the battery. The time to charge the battery is dependant upon the rating output of the battery charger.
Connect a battery charger to the battery and let it fully charge. Do not charge it with the cars alternator. If it will not accept a charge the battery needs replacing. Connect positive (+) red cable to positive post and black negative (-) cable to negative post. Trickle charge the battery do not fast charge it as the charge won't take. Sure it will start the car a few times but a good charge to…
If you are plugging in a battery charger connected to the battery, yes it will charge the battery. If you are referring to plugging in the block heater, then NO it will not charge the battery it will only warm the oil in the engine block. If you are referring to plugging in a battery heater then NO it will not charge the battery and will only keep it warm.
Holding charge depends on the kind of battery that is used, and it also depends on the applications that are running *Take note: network adapters (used in internet) uses a lot of power see detailed specs of your computer from www.support.toshiba.com normal standby hours: 2 - 3 hours (again this is on "standby" mode only) for 6-cell battery 4 - 6 hours standby for 9-cell battery pack hope this helps
The same way you charge a car battery. The only difference in them is that the marine battery is a deep cycle battery, meaning it is designed to be run completely down without damaging the battery. Ideally you need a charger designed to charge deep cycle batteries but you can charge one with a normal battery charger.
Do you mean that you can not charge it with a battery charger or the mower will not charge it while it is running? If you can not charge it with a battery charger and you are sure that the charger works then the battery is bad. These type batteries are only good for a couple years. If the mower is not charging the battery it could be a number of things.
of course, you can do it. Sometimes, when the car battery is dead, we will use the battery booster to connect another car battery to charge it. This process needs a cable. Be careful, if you plan to do it on your own. My booster is also a charger. it has different settings for slow charge, fast charge, and boost.
I assume you mean how long to charge the battery. You should never let the alternator charge a dead battery if possible. The alternator is designed to keep the battery charged but not to charge a dead battery. You put a strain on the alternator and it can cause a diode to burn out. Drive home and then put a battery charger on the battery to fully charge it.
Yes. Battery chargers like those used in phones and cameras do not show how much charge is in the battery, but simply show when the battery will accept no further charge. The capacity of a battery to accept a charge becomes reduced through age or other factors such as repeatedly allowing it to fully discharge. It will charge, but not to its full capacity. Thus, while the charger may show that the battery is full…
Some car battery charges will not charge a completely dead battery. You need to find a type of battery charger that is designed to charge a completely dead battery. You can get around this by hooking a car with a working battery up to the dead battery with jumper cables. The alternator/charging system of the car with the good battery will charge the dead battery. Leave them connected for about 30 min, then disconnect and…