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December 29, 2005, 6:15 pm
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My 2yr old sony vaio V505 decided not to charge from A/C power adapter
anymore..I thought the battery is probably dead since i had it plugged
into A/C for a while.Got a new battery, but problem didnt resolve..
Computer works from battery fine..just cant get the battery to
charge..SO when the battery died my comp is dead also..
The LED in the power adapter turns on when plugged in, but nothing
turns up on the computer..no fan no sign of the battery charging
It seems from reading the usenet forums that the batteryboard fuse is
blown but am not sure how to replace it or evn how to recignise the
Re: Sony laptop wont start
It could be the main fuse or it could be a fracture at the DC jack. The
main fuse is relatively easy to find since it is typically very near the
DC jack. If you post a picture of the board, readers can comment. The
blown fuse can be bypassed with a fast acting picofuse soldered across
the terminals. A cracked board will likely have to be replaced unless
you can identify where the flaws are and a method for restoring
connectivity. There is a poster on the unofficial Sony Vaio forum
(smbios, I think) that has a good reputation for Vaio board repairs.
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