What should I do if the power adapter fails?
Author： Shenzhen Aibit Technology Co., Ltd.Issuing Time：2018-11-23 17:01:33Pageviews：1573【smallmidbig】
When you are using the power adapter, do you encounter the following faults: the adapter cannot properly charge the device, the LED light does not illuminate during charging, and an error message is displayed when connecting - the adapter type cannot be determined.
you are using the power adapter, do you encounter the following faults:
the adapter cannot properly charge the device, the LED light does not
illuminate during charging, and an error message is displayed when
connecting - the adapter type cannot be determined.
the case of the above problems, you can try the following steps to
diagnose: first remove the power adapter from the socket and notebook,
check the adapter cable and port for physical damage or signs of
overheating. And if the pins in the port are bent, cracked, or damaged. If it is damaged, stop using it and replace it.
Then check if the socket is working properly. Use
the other available power adapters to exchange tests on the outlets, or
try the adapter to try another known available outlet to see if it
works. If the outlet is normal, proceed to the next step. Remove the adapter from the socket and the computer, remove all peripherals from the computer, and remove the battery.
Then press and hold the power button for about 30 seconds to release the residual power of the device. Reconnect the adapter, install the battery, and restart the computer. If
the problem persists after putting static electricity, you can check if
the USB-C charger is connected to the correct USB-C port that allows
charging and data transfer.
Next, remove the adapter from the socket and the computer and reconnect the power cord to the adapter. Check to see if the LED light is on. If it is not lit, try a compatible, well-known adapter. Once you have disconnected and reconnected the power cord and AC adapter cable, proceed to the next step.
at the wattage of the power adapter, using a lower power AC adapter may
display an error message that slows down the processor (CPU) or causes
the computer battery to become uncharged or slow to charge or to make
the AC adapter hot. After completing the above steps, you can basically check out what went wrong.