How To fix Laptop cannot charge Problem

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I have come across several worrying Laptop issues like this one “My Laptop cannot charge” probably caused by a number of facts as we shall see later on in this article. It’s nagging and worrying when you find out that your laptop isn’t letting in any power.

This is worrying because it might be a big cause that might cost you a lot of money when you visit a computer repair shop to tell them that My Laptop cannot charge. However, before you do anything further like taking your Laptop to an expert, do something about it yourself. Sometimes it’s just something little cause charging troubles with your laptop.

Do this before telling anyone that “My Laptop cannot charge

Unplug and try different sockets

The problem might be with the sockets themselves, so before worrying about your laptop and the adaptor, unplug it, wait for a few minutes then plug it again in another socket of a different room. If the problem still persists and other electric appliances are working, then it’s not about power supply.

If your battery is removable, take it out while the power source is disconnected. Hold down the laptop’s power button for two minutes, put the battery back in, and plug it in to a new outlet.

Examine your laptop power adaptor.

If your Laptop cannot charge, then examine the entire length of the power cord (adaptor) for tears and worn-down insulation. If you notice any, or if the power brick is warped or smells like burnt plastic, the cord is probably faulty. You’ll need to purchase a new cord for your laptop. Make sure to take your laptop with you in case you are buying a new charging adaptor so that you are not cheated.

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Inspect the connection.

Sometimes loose connections can also raise the “Laptop Not Charging” issue. There could be a problem with the connection. In this case, you will need to unplug the cord, remove debris with a wooden toothpick, and remove heavy dust build-up with compressed air. In any case, take the laptop or cord to a computer repair shop. You are okay to say that statement now, “My Laptop cannot charge”

Shut down the computer and remove the battery

If all previous attempts did not solve the problem, then you need to shut down the computer, unplug it, and then remove the battery from your laptop. Most batteries can usually be accessed from the underside of the laptop, and may have a lock you can turn with a finger. Leave the battery out for ten seconds, slot it back in, and then start up your computer again. Plug the laptop in again after start-up and wait ten seconds to see if it works.

Let the computer cool down.

If you notice that your laptop battery has heat up, leave it to cool down because excessive heat could be interfering with the charging process. Shut down the computer and let it sit for several minutes to cool down.

You could as well use this time to clean up your computer if you have taken so long without. If you are comfortable disassembling your laptop, you can use the compressed air to blow away internal dust directly.

Start up your laptop without a battery.

If none of the previous steps has worked for you, it’s time to try this one. Shut down your laptop, remove the battery, and plug the computer in. If the computer does not turn on, then you have identified the problem. It’s your laptop adaptor which isn’t conducting through. However, if you are able to start it up again in this situation, the charging issue is probably due to the battery itself, or your computer’s interaction with the battery.

Replace the charger.

Sometimes the adapter is faulty, or despite your best efforts you can’t repair a loose plug. Try borrowing a friend’s charger, or ask a computer technician to test your charger. If your charger is faulty, buy a new part from a computer repair shop.

Last word

Before taking your laptop to anyone and explaining “My laptop cannot charge” and every other story, do those minor checks so that you know what the problem really is. If you visit a computer repair shop not knowing what is wrong, costs will add up for the checks made to find the problem.

Nelson Nyombi

Nelson Nyombi is a writer, and author of the novel “The Curse At Standbirth.” A professionally trained Software engineer, passionate about technology. Nelson has spent the last six years reading and writing reviews, interviews in tech, and tech novels. He has been a lifelong writer and began his journey in 2013 winning a college writing contest. Nelson writes SEO articles, reviews and interviews for Ugtechmag.com, Axedsubtech.com and he makes his home in Uganda, Kampala.

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