#1
Hey pit, I've got a problem. My laptop broke the other day, and my power supply (which works fine, I tested it) won't charge my battery. It woks fine other than this, but it will take about $300-$400 to fix my laptop, which I don't want to do. Is there an adapter out there that I can get that will let me hook up my power supply directly to my battery? any help would be appreciated.

Laptop model No: MT6707

Battery Model No: 3UR18650F-2-QC-MA1
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#2
Well, if you're too lazy to fix it, you have only 1 choice left. PLUG it into the wall. And, yes, ya won't be able to take it with you.
#3
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Well, if you're too lazy to fix it, you have only 1 choice left. PLUG it into the wall. And, yes, ya won't be able to take it with you.


That's my problem. When my laptop is plugged into the wall, it won't charge. But my battery and power supply both work fine. So, I need a way to bypass the laptop, and plug my battery straight into my power supply.
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#4
Change the battery?

EDIT: Sry misread.

Get it repaired or buy a new one(can be cheaper than repair)
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#5
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That's my problem. When my laptop is plugged into the wall, it won't charge. But my battery and power supply both work fine. So, I need a way to bypass the laptop, and plug my battery straight into my power supply.

That's y I said you won't be able to take it with you! So, go spend $$$.
#6
Quote by DirtyMakik
Change the battery?


My battery works fine!

Edit: Ok, but I really don't want to go that route.

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That's y I said you won't be able to take it with you! So, go spend $$$.


I know that. But I can't locate something that would let me charge my battery.I can't find anything on the internet for something like that.
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#7
Ok, if anybody was unsure, this is what I'm talking about:

http://store.jcbarn.com/exbachsforbm3.html

I want that minus the power adapter (the big black box). Just the wire that hooks up to the battery.
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Don't use distortion pedals. Just bury your guitar for three weeks, and then dig it up, that should do the job.


^Best Reply Ever!

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metaldud damn it I said ignore the penis!
#9
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Hey pit, I've got a problem. My laptop broke the other day, and my power supply (which works fine, I tested it) won't charge my battery. It woks fine other than this, but it will take about $300-$400 to fix my laptop, which I don't want to do. Is there an adapter out there that I can get that will let me hook up my power supply directly to my battery? any help would be appreciated.

Laptop model No: MT6707

Battery Model No: 3UR18650F-2-QC-MA1


Exact thing happened with my laptop
It's something like, the part that actually takes the charge from the power supply got moved from the plug being pushed in at an angle, and it got pushed too far back for the plug to reach it.
I don't know if that's a good explanation but I'd say it's worth it to get it fixed.
My dad tried fixing mine and took it apart to replace the part but he said in most laptops you have to basically dissassemble and reassemble it and then he couldn't find a manual or diagram of it so he couldn't put it back together ..sucks
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#11
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Exact thing happened with my laptop
It's something like, the part that actually takes the charge from the power supply got moved from the plug being pushed in at an angle, and it got pushed too far back for the plug to reach it.
I don't know if that's a good explanation but I'd say it's worth it to get it fixed.
My dad tried fixing mine and took it apart to replace the part but he said in most laptops you have to basically dissassemble and reassemble it and then he couldn't find a manual or diagram of it so he couldn't put it back together ..sucks


Yeah, I might rip it apart and see if I can get it fixed. But a family member of mine who has the same model laptop has the exact same problem, and when she got it diagnosed, the people at the store said that the problem lied within the motherboard, and that it would need to be replaced. Does anyone think that this might be the problem?

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NAAAAAAAAAAT

laptops aren't supposed to last forever...

sorry tho


Lol, yes they don't last forever, but they need to last for more than a year!
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