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HP 530 Charging Problem – Does this mean a new Laptop Charger?

Does a HP 530 Charging Problem mean a new Laptop Charger is in order? Sometimes, but before you go ahead and order a new HP Notebook PC 530 Laptop Adapter take a moment to check a few things. Some people get the error message that the charger is plugged in but not charging the battery. The laptop may run perfectly well but the battery never reaches its full charge or hold the charge for very long.

The fact that the laptop will run all day long when the HP Laptop Charger is plugged into the mains generally indicates the laptop power supply is in full working order. The fact the battery does not charge means there could be a problem either with the battery itself or the charging circuit. Unfortunately these issues may be a lot more tricky to deal with that simply having to order a new HP Notebook PC Series Adapter. If you are luck and it is just your charger at fault, visit Laptop Power UK to order a superb replacement today.

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