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poor battery life time

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Hi,

my battery lifetime is approx. 1,5 year? 

HP Spare 757661-001

 

1) is this normal?

2) do you have a solution?

 

Product Serial No. [edit]

Product Number K9J25EA #UUG

Product Description HP ProBook 470 i7-5500U 17.3 8GB/750 PC

 

Thanks in advance

Jean

 

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Welcome to the forum @JDC-HP

 

When you purchased your new battery 1,5 years ago was it an HP origial???

 

Try running:  " HP Notebook PCs - Testing and Calibrating the Battery (Windows) "

 

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c04700771

 

REO

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Hi, Reo, very quick answer, Thank you.

 

yes it was HP spares got under a care pack contract (ended now) it is in fact the third! battery that dies since i got the laptop in 2015/07/13

 

Ref. [edit]K9J25EA HP ProBook 470 i7-5500U 17.3 8GB/750 PC
Care pack [edit]  end 14.04.2018

 

Try running:  " HP Notebook PCs - Testing and Calibrating the Battery (Windows) ": done several times ...

Wrranty is over anyway?

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@JDC-HP

 

Not sure if this applies to you or not???

 

HP Notebook Computer Battery Safety Recall and Replacement Program:

 

https://h30686.www3.hp.com/?lang=en-US

 

Please do not post any personal information!!! "Serial Numbers"

 

REO

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HP check says that my battery is not concerned by the replacement program.

 

anyway the assistant battery test says that the battery is ok.

anyway the battery check is 13% since yesterday and the message is "Power supply is ON, NOT charging"

anyway, at start up, i can see a white spash message exolaining the the bettery do work correctly and must be replaced.

 

I shut down the computer - take a picture and come back later

Thanks

 

jean

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I'm confused, no splash screen anymore

 

at start the batteyr indicates 0%, the power supply led do not light, the the battery indicates 12% ...

 

Bios test also 12%, and first cell = 0 mv

during Bios power supply test the light was on ...

 

now again; plugged, not charging.

could you help? please2018-11-25 11.27.17.jpg2018-11-25 11.26.35.jpg2018-11-25 11.19.35.jpg

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NB: Windows is installed in French (for my wife!)

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@JDC-HP

 

Time to replace the battery.

 

REO

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Nice, ok, I did understood this already,

 

do you mean that it is normal? only 2 years lifetime

 

the 10 yeras old i3 HP Pavillon laptop still uses the first battery !!!

 

 

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No answer at all, 

 

  • 10 years old battery still good on Hp pavillon 
  • 2 years on Probook 470 G2

is this normal please?

 

Thanks in advance

 

Jean

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