How to charge your laptop battery

You’re probably wondering how to charge the laptop battery that you’ve been eyeing for a few weeks.

We’re going to explain the process, and what you need to do if you don’t know how to do it. 1.

Find a laptop battery charger We can’t promise the best charger on the market, but we can help.

You may have already found a charger that fits your needs.

We recommend the Samsung SDI30BK charger that costs about $14.99.

If you’re looking for a cheaper option, the Qi-SVC15S charger will cost about $2.50.

We’ve tested the QiSVC12S charger and the QiSPVC13S charger, and they’re both excellent.

However, if you’re still unsure about a charger, you can use our battery comparison tool to find the best option for you.

If not, the battery you choose should have a rating of at least 70 Wh, which is the minimum recommended rating for charging laptops.

2.

Connect the charger to the laptop We recommend using a power bank that plugs into the back of the laptop.

You’ll need a USB-C to USB-A cable, and you’ll also need a power cable to plug the charger into the power port on the laptop and to power the laptop’s power strip.

The power cable you’ll need will be the standard 2-foot length.

3.

Plug the power cable into the laptop power strip If the laptop has USB- C ports, the power strip should be the same length as the laptop, but it should be shorter.

For example, if the laptop is a 10-inch MacBook Pro, the charger should be about 5 feet long.

The cable you use to plug in the power cord should be a standard 2.5-foot, or longer, cable.

If it’s longer, you’ll have to add a small plug, or plug it into a separate outlet for the laptop to charge.

4.

Plug in the laptop charger to power on the computer You need to plug your charger into your computer first, so follow the same steps that you did to connect the power bank to the charger.

Plug your charger in to the computer, and turn it on.

If everything is working, you should see the charging progress.

If there’s a green LED on the power adapter, you’re good to go.

If the LED doesn’t turn on, you may need to turn the laptop on to charge again.

5.

Connect your power cable back to the power bus If the charger didn’t charge the battery properly, you might need to remove the power connector on the cable and put a new one in.

You can do this by unscrewing the back cover, and using a small flathead screwdriver to push the connector out of the way.

You should see a small metal ring on the connector that’s attached to the back.

If this doesn’t happen, you need a new cable.

6.

Check that the battery is fully charged The battery should now be fully charged.

You need an external power supply to charge it.

A 5V external power bank is a good choice if you need more than 30W, but if you only need 10W, we recommend using the Panasonic AC1200-5V external adapter.

You might also need to buy a battery charger for the computer.

If a laptop doesn’t have a USB port, it’ll likely require an adapter to plug into it.

If that doesn’t work, you probably need a small USB- A to USB A cable to connect your laptop’s charger to your computer.

7.

Check the battery’s charge status When the battery charges, you want to check its status to make sure it’s fully charged and charged correctly.

You don’t want to wait for the battery to charge before turning it on or using it to charge a phone, computer, or TV.

You also don’t need to charge or discharge a battery until the battery has completely discharged.

The battery will usually tell you when it’s ready to go, but some battery chargers will report the battery level as empty after charging.

To check whether the battery charge is complete, hold the power button for a couple of seconds, and then press and hold it for a moment.

If your battery has fully charged, the indicator should light up, indicating that the charger has fully discharged.

When the indicator turns green, the charging is complete.

8.

Power on the battery If the battery indicator has turned green, you’ve completed the battery charging process.

It’s time to power it on and use it.

You won’t need a computer to charge this laptop, and it won’t require a power strip or USB cable to charge with.

The charger itself should still charge the computer’s battery.

9.

Disconnect the charger Disconnecting the charger is as easy as removing the power plug from the charger, or by removing the battery itself.

The only way to remove a battery is by disconnecting it from the laptop