remove damaaged battery unit fr laptop

  • Thread starter Rasoul Khoshravan Azar
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Rasoul Khoshravan Azar

My Computer Info: Toshiba laptop, satellite 1905-277, Pentium 4 CPU 1.60 GHz
256 MB of RAM
OS: Windows XP Home Edition with SP1
Battery Pack
DC14.8V 5850 mAh, Model No. PA3166U-1BRS

My battery has damaged. It charges very rapidly and discharges rapidly
again. Now I can't use it. The point for me is only that now I have removed
it from main body and I don't know whether it is a correct thing to do or
not. Now that it doesn't function is it OK to keep it in main body? The
first option affects the weight of laptop I am carrying (battery unit is
heavy) but I fear the opening of its space might not good for the main body.
TIA Rasoul


If it happens to be a NiCad battery I would completely drain it (short it out
overnight) and then recharge it. NiCads have a bad trait known as memory.
Jul 27, 2022
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I have a Toshiba Satellite 1900 and I need a battery pack DC14.8volt 5850 mAh Lithium Iron
Type PA3166U-1BRS.
I can seem to be able to get one so how do I open the battery pack

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