I just got an new PC (second hand ofc).
It feels like the battery is a little "slipply" if that is a word
I can move the battery 2-3 millimeters up and down and when I do it some times turns off.
I really like this Thinkpad it's way more robust compaird to my old thinkpad Edge E530c
What do you think is the problem, do I need to swap the battery or is it somthing else that make the battery feel lose?
Oh btw, I really need to be herer more often so I get a chanse to learn better english <3
Do you mean sliding the battery "in and out"?
Is that a genuine Lenovo battery or a Chinese knock-off?
Either way, try to fill the gap with e.g. paper/carton to stop it from moving.
Or if that 'kills' it, tape the battery in place so it can't move until you remove the tape.
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It is an original battery from Lenovo and fully charged it clames to have about 5h
But it dies 4 no reason.
When I take out the battery and only use the powercable there is no problem at all.
If I have the cabel in and the battery too there is still a problem.
I did buy it from a reseller that only have customerservice at weekdays so I will call them to morrow.
Any one missing or defective?
Or are the grooves in the battery short sides faulty/cracked?
Is that a 29 or 44 battery?
Now stop complaining and get back to work with your "wrongly configured" box of pixels.
-Thinkpad4by3, or 3:2, or 16:10, or 16:9, or 21:9.....or whatever.
When I put it on a stand it works great, no random turn off.
I have been using it 2 days now totaly 16h on battery no problem but when I take it from the stand and put in in my lap or move it in the air it does turn off
Just have to say this: This 12.5" PC can do every thing that my 15" MacBook Pro did in my studio but faster <3
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