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[Q] T210 driving down new battery to 0.37v

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17th August 2014, 01:40 PM   |  #1  
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I have a t210
its totally dead, tried loads of psu, cables, removing the battery and reinserting it.
Holding down keys everything.

I took the plung and bought a new battery.

Its out of the tablet the both batteries read 2.74v on a fluke dvm, inserted in the the tablet they read 0.37v.

wont charge or detect in a pc,
could be failed component, loads of smd components some are diodes etc.
could be usb socket knackered.

What I need is a schem or picture showing diodes or resistors or fuses.
18th August 2014, 12:43 AM   |  #2  
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Photd the whole board.
belled out the usb, all ok, only the two pins showing continuity.
Ebay battety not even registering power now.
original 2.67volts.
tested a few components. Diodes, fuses and capacitors. All ok.

was working ok then dead, kids were using it so im sure the battery was depleted to death.

will not odin recovery as will not power up at all.

any ideas
18th August 2014, 12:09 PM   |  #3  
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Photd the whole board.
belled out the usb, all ok, only the two pins showing continuity.
Ebay battety not even registering power now.
original 2.67volts.
tested a few components. Diodes, fuses and capacitors. All ok.

was working ok then dead, kids were using it so im sure the battery was depleted to death.

will not odin recovery as will not power up at all.

any ideas

But The battery voltage is to low.
Is The battery Bull charged you Have normale 4.1 Volt.The minimum Voltage for use are ~ 3.4Volt .
18th August 2014, 03:49 PM   |  #4  
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But The battery voltage is to low.
Is The battery Bull charged you Have normale 4.1 Volt.The minimum Voltage for use are ~ 3.4Volt .

Can these be charged with a rc model nimh charger, shame I dont have 2x of these pads
20th August 2014, 08:34 PM   |  #5  
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New battery from eBay just not charging up properly.
Ohh well tried many leads and charger from 10.1, galaxy s4, googlechrome cast. 12v
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Can these be charged with a rc model nimh charger, shame I dont have 2x of these pads

You can charged with a one RC model, but with low Ampere.
23rd August 2014, 12:51 PM   |  #7  
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Offcourse you can try charging a lithium battery with a non lithium charger. But I'll tell you now DON'T!
theres a 80% change it will blow up.
Lithium batterys that are on to low voltage for long are DEAD (as in not living anymore and not able to bring back either).

You need a special lipo charger for this. Ask some of your RC friends or something, as i dont know anyone who still uses NIMH (or NICAD for that matter) anymore.

If you treat your Lithium battery good, it will be good to you too. If you muck around with it its gonna burn you or even poison you with its dangerous vapors.


Have fun with it.



ps heres a little bit of info for yah: https://learn.adafruit.com/li-ion-an...eries/voltages Read the text in the red.
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