Simple Tips for avoiding Dell inspiron 1520 laptop battery overheat

dell-inspiron-1520-batteryWith a bevy of component options and color choices–plus a low starting price–the Dell Inspiron 1520 series looks poised to be a favorite among home users.

Dell Inspiron 1520 series will definitely appeal to home users who want a solid all-around laptop with a high degree of customization.

Overheating is the most common problem of laptop battery. While the laptop is using the Dell Inspiron 1525 AC Adapter for power the battery acts as a back up in case of a loss of power or accidental unplugging.During this AC power use the battery becomes hotter than it would if being used independently.To lessen the chances of this overheating, which leads to a shorter life expectancy of the battery, keep the AC power adapter plugged in only if you need to charge the battery while using the device.

If the battery is consistently hot to the touch, remove it and allow it to cool down first making sure it is close to room temperature before reinserting it. Should the battery continue to overheat or get too hot it will probably need to be replaced.Always replace a defective battery as soon as possible as it could cause irreparable damage to the laptop in question. In addition to overheating failure to charge or hold a charge is another very common issue with laptop batteries.

First check to see if the AC adapter is securely plugged into the device; the tightness of the connection will vary form laptop to laptop but it should be held in place well. To check for a good connection look for the Dell inspiron 1525 battery charging LED if one is present on your laptop. If it is not on wiggle the cord to see if the connection makes and breaks contact. If you notice a flickering LED light then the solution is a new adapter which is far better than needed to purchase a new battery or a new DC power jack which can be repaired by a common user with a little instruction and help.

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