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현재 버전 게시자: Arthur Shi ,

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Hello Marvin,
-It is possible to use the 14.4V battery as long as it is built for your specific laptop. Many laptops have circuitry that can handle a voltage range. What that range is, depends on each model. Check your laptop documentation before plugging in third-party batteries.
+It is possible to use the 14.4V battery as long as it is built for your specific laptop. Many laptops have circuitry that can handle a voltage range. What that range is depends on each model. Check your laptop documentation before plugging in third-party batteries.
The flashing green/orange LED usually indicates a charging problem. This could be the power adapter, motherboard, or battery.
Shut down the laptop, take the battery out, and try to start the laptop up with only the power adapter. If it doesn't start, you may have an adapter problem.

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편집자: Arthur Shi ,

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Hello Marvin,
-It is possible to use the 14.4V battery as long as it is built for your specific laptop.
+It is possible to use the 14.4V battery as long as it is built for your specific laptop. Many laptops have circuitry that can handle a voltage range. What that range is, depends on each model. Check your laptop documentation before plugging in third-party batteries.
The flashing green/orange LED usually indicates a charging problem. This could be the power adapter, motherboard, or battery.
Shut down the laptop, take the battery out, and try to start the laptop up with only the power adapter. If it doesn't start, you may have an adapter problem.

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원문 게시자: Arthur Shi ,

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Hello Marvin,

It is possible to use the 14.4V battery as long as it is built for your specific laptop.

The flashing green/orange LED usually indicates a charging problem. This could be the power adapter, motherboard, or battery.

Shut down the laptop, take the battery out, and try to start the laptop up with only the power adapter. If it doesn't start, you may have an adapter problem.

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