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Re: Can't charge replacement battery on X61



On Sun, 31 Jan 2010, Yannick Gingras wrote:
> I have an X61 and I recently ordered a replacement battery from ebay.
> It's a 8-cell SANYO with a rated capacity of 74950 mWh.  The problem
> is that it won't charge.  The first time I tried it, it would sate

Well, I'd say that either the battery is bad (which is likely), or your
thinkpad is broken, or you have some sort of bad connection between the
battery and the thinkpad.

You'd need to take it to the repair shop to know for sure (or test it with
another battery, etc).

> Is there a way to force the charger to kick in?

You seem to have found one.  Still, any battery that acts funny should be
replaced, these things are fire hazards.

Buy batteries on reputable places, *only*.

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