Have your dell 6400 battery come to the dead mode?
It is a successful experience sharing for reviving a dead dell inspiron 6400 laptop battery .
But before sharing the tips of reviving the laptop battery, please be sure what is listed below:
1. If your laptop is still under warranty, please forward your laptop battery to the manufacturer.
2. There’s no guarantee that this tip will work with your laptop battery. This is a just sharing for tips. Not every battery could be revived.
3. I won’t be responsible for any damages or injuries resulting from following this tip.
Please take note of the above information
Here is the tip:
freeze the dell inspiron 6400 Battery ! That is very important
Remove the battery from the laptop
Wrap the battery with old newspaper, making sure that it envelops the battery tightly
Repeat the step 2 above with at least three pieces of newspaper
Place the wrapped battery in the freezer compartment of your refrigerator
Let it stay in that cryogenic state for three to seven days
Once your battery has been given the frozen treatment, do not directly plug it into your notebook! Let the battery thaw to normal room temperature within the newspaper wrapping by leaving it in the open for at least half a day (overnight is recommended).
Tear off the newspaper wrapping and touch the battery. leave it at the normal temperature of room for a few more hours. Once it feels just about room temperature, take a piece of tissue and wipe the contact points of the battery just in case there’s some traces of moisture there.
And then plug it in your notebook computer, plug in the power adapter and leave your notebook in “charging” state. Do not power on the laptop!
Give your battery time to fully charge (this depends on your laptop/battery model). Once you’re 100% confident that the battery is fully charged, say your prayers, cross your fingers and power on your notebook. If all goes well, your dell inspiron 6400 Battery should be working just fine.
This is the successful experience for dell 6400 battery, and what about HP, Compaq, Dell and an old IBM ThinkPad battery?…
If interested, please have a try.
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