HELP ME! Battery Problem!

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  1. novarazka

    novarazka Newbie

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    Hello all..

    I have a problem with my battery. It worn out so fast.
    Usually I can ran my notebook 4 hours before it need to charge.
    But now the battery have only 1 hour or less lifetime.

    My notebook not used in 70+ days before. Because my ac adapter catch fire and blow up.
    I'm still using the battery untill it only 7-10% capacity, then I remove the battery. And I did not use it after I buy new ac adapter which is almost 3 month after the original one blow up. The new one have same input with the original but different output. The new one have 20V and 3.25A output. and the original one have 20V and 4.5A output (if I still remember it correctly)
    Am I telling the story good enough? my english bad, sorry.

    My notebook is Lenovo b490
    2gb ram
    i3 intel 3110M (4 core) 2.4ghz
    its 3 years old.

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    this is the battery

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    and this is the new ac adapter
     
  2. namaiki

    namaiki "basically rocks" Super Moderator

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    Batteries are best stored at 50-80% in a cool temperature. You can check battery wear with hwmonitor or battery bar.
     
  3. novarazka

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    thanks, now i know the problem. the battery wear is 75%
     
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    ZaZ Super Model Super Moderator

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    The battery is three years old. It can go at any time.
     
  5. novarazka

    novarazka Newbie

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    but before my ac adapter blow up, it sill work properly
     
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