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Dell Laptop Battery return?

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I have a dell inspiron laptop, and only had it for 10 months. The laptop is telling me that i need to replace the battery now, as it "can no longer provide sufficient power". I haven't used it tha… Read More
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banned9y, 7m agoPosted 9 years, 7 months ago
I have a dell inspiron laptop, and only had it for 10 months.

The laptop is telling me that i need to replace the battery now, as it "can no longer provide sufficient power". I haven't used it that much either..

Anyone know if it is covered under the warranty? I have 64 days left on it, and have looked but can't find anything.

Thanks
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banned9y, 7m agoPosted 9 years, 7 months ago
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1 Like #1
have you been running it on the mains with the battery attached?
banned#2
Yep sometimes, as that charges it?
1 Like #3
I think he means have you just been mostly using it mains only with the battery connected (As in not solely using the battery.....)
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samthorley
I have a dell inspiron laptop, and only had it for 10 months.

The laptop is telling me that i need to replace the battery now, as it "can no longer provide sufficient power". I haven't used it that much either..

Anyone know if it is covered under the warranty? I have 64 days left on it, and have looked but can't find anything.

Thanks

Mine was covered by the warrenty they sent be a new one out within 3 days
1 Like #5
can you check on the dell website? they have a warranty section where you input the service tag details. if that fails think you should give them a call :0870 906 0010
1 Like #6
Dont you need to keep the battery in when charging from the mains?
#7
I think they mean using the mains cnstantly and not using the battery odriscoll.
banned#8
Thanks guys :)

Spoke to Dell and they sent me a new battery, got it today

Rep for helping, cheers
#9
No problem, they ask for the old oe back?

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