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Old 01-09-2011, 08:38 AM   #1
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TH55 does not recognize battery after display repair

Hi,
I have a problem on 2 TH55 which I just tried to repair (switching the displays).

Actually the display exchange went fine without major issues. So the 'bad' TH55 got the broken glass front and the 'good' one got the fine display.
Both TH55 were running without issues before the repair attempt.
After the assempling both TH55 are not recognizing the batteries. On the cable power supply (or cadle) they both work and boot though they behave like after a power loss. As soon as I disconnect them from the battery source they are dead again and cannot sitched on. The batteries are fine and fully charged, I checked that.
On the cradle or connected to the cable power supply the power LED is green and in not getting orange for charging, although the battery symbol tells 'charging'.
So I wonder if some of you here have seen this kind of issue and have a solution?
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Make sure the cable to the battery is connected/intact.
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Make sure the cable to the battery is connected/intact.


Sure, that isn't the problem. I tested several batteries which are working on other TH55 (I own several).
Behaviour of the two broken TH55 is explained simply: They act like no battery is connected at all.

Any further ideas?
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Old 01-20-2011, 07:53 PM   #4
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I think you zapped the motherboard. I've seen these problems in several TH55s that were sent to me for repair after the owners accidentally grounded their fingers on the motherboard with the battery power cable still connected to the to the motherboard. The first thing one needs to do before touching this delicate motherboard is to disconnect that battery cable.

I have plenty TH55 motherboards if you need to replace it. I'll PM you for detail.
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