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    aspire 7520 battery light and on/off button blinking

    my acer aspire 7520 not charge the baterry, itīs not a cable problem or transformer problem. With the battery, it works perfect but i have only 20 min more. When i connect it to the electricity, the battery light and the on/off buttons (orange and green resp) start blinking aprox. once per second. I canīt find wath this error mean... HEEEELPPPPPP!!!!

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    Re: aspire 7520 battery light and on/off button blinking

    i dont have an acer aspire, but my laptop lights blink like that if i dont have it hooked to a charger and try to turn it on with a low battery.

    how can you be sure it is not a transformer issue?
    John Lord, Evansville Indiana

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    Re: aspire 7520 battery light and on/off button blinking

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Orwell View Post
    i dont have an acer aspire, but my laptop lights blink like that if i dont have it hooked to a charger and try to turn it on with a low battery.

    how can you be sure it is not a transformer issue?
    Because i tried with a different one, and it do the same in my laptop, and mine works OK in the other laptop.
    The blinking start once i plug it to the electricity, with the charge from the baterry, the laptop works perfect. The proble, start a week ago and do the same periodically but sometimes it work. Now I tried many times and nothing...

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    Re: aspire 7520 battery light and on/off button blinking

    well the charging circuitry is in the laptop itself. You need to take it back.
    John Lord, Evansville Indiana

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