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My HP 15 AY503TX Model Battery Was Not Charging After 84%

HP 15-AY503TX
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My HP 15-AY503TX laptop battery was not charging after 84% from last 3 weeks, but i don't identify the what is the issue exactly.  please provide the solution.

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My HP 15 AY503TX Model Battery Was Not Charging After 84%

How long have you had the notebook?

 

My research shows the installed processor to be from the Intel sixth generation. That puts your notebook in the 2015-16 model year market.

 

With a battery that has been in use for two to four years which will no longer charge beyond 84% it would tend to mean that it is approaching a point where shortly it will reach end of life. 

 

If you have Windows installed, you should consider invoking the battery-report from a command line to get a true picture of the battery charge/discharge state in order to make an informed decision as to whether replacement of the battery is needed.  See the notebook knowledgebase article I wrote at the link below this line for a tutorial on how to do that.

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebooks-Knowledge-Base/Is-your-notebook-plugged-in-and-not-charging/...




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Thanks for the help.

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@KranthiA2B wrote:

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