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How to Fix “Plugged-in Not Charging” Issue of Non-Removable Battery

by June Reeve Content Marketer

This is a detailed guide to fixing your battery having a problem “plugged in not charging non-removable battery problem”. Many computer users are facing this issue. It's hard to inform, as the problem is often caused by many things, like charger issues, firmware or hardware issues, laptop overheating issues, Windows settings, outdated or corrupt drivers, etc. If your laptop is plugged in and is still not charging, the battery could be the culprit. In this blog, let’s check out what you'll do when you are in such a problem.

Steps to Fix the Plugged-in Not Charging Issue

Here is a list of common fixes to resolve the error, saying “plugged in not charging.” Perform steps exactly as mentioned to resolve the issue.

 

1.  Inspect the connection. 

If the cord's attachment feels loose, there could be a problem with the connection. Unplug the cord, remove debris with a wooden toothpick, and take away heavy dust build-up with compressed gas. 

 

·         Unplug the charge and use the laptop until the battery drains to fifteen. 

·         Please shut down the laptop and switch it back on after 30mins. 

·         Restart the PC, and the issue should be fixed.

 

2.  Examine the cord. 

Identify the whole length of the power cord for dents and worn-down insulation. If the power brick is warped or smells like burnt plastic, the cord is perhaps faulty. You will need to get a replacement cord for your laptop.

 

·         Check your warranty before replacing any parts. The cost is also covered under some circumstances.

 

3.  Let the PC calm down. 

If your laptop battery feels very hot to the touch, excess heat might be interfering with the charging process. Shut down the PC and let it sit for several minutes to chill down. If you haven't cleaned your laptop vents recently, blow a can of compressed gas into the fan vents at an angle, in short bursts, to get rid of some dust.

 

·         Do not blow directly into the fan vents; blow only at an angle. Otherwise, you could damage the fan.

 

If still the issue persists, at this point, it’s possibly a hardware issue. Either the laptop power adapter has a problem or the power port on the PC is no longer working. If you'll find a spare adapter, it might be best to rule out the power adapter first.


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