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HOW TO REPAIR A DEAD LAPTOP BATTERY USING A FREEZER


So many people might be wondering if this is true but research and daily practice can vindicate the above statement. Laptop battery problem can be a hard nut to crack sometimes, ranging from "plug in not charging", "plug in charging 0%", "Battery not increasing", "Battery tripping off at 70% or 50%". All this are caused by weak battery cells which requires being re-energized.The method stated below works 85% for batteries with the above listed problems.

Step 1
Get a freezer or a refrigerator (everyone has this at home).

Step 2
Put the battery in the freezer or refrigerator.

Note: Ensure you wrap the battery with a nylon bag thoroughly before putting it in a fridge.

Step 3
Leave it for two days in the freezer.

Step 4
Allow the battery to defroze, then wipe it dry.

Step 5
Fix it back into the laptop and see the magic.

This is not a hypothesis, it is practical, done by our engineers on Probook 4540s battery and also confirmed by other engineers. If the problem still persist visit a store for battery replacement, but if after you have requested for a battery replacement it still shows the charging error listed above, then you can call or visit us for high skill engineering solution.
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