Why can't I get my netbook to charge?
My Acer Aspire One netbook stopped charging, and the little orange light that indicates charge is blinking every five seconds. The computer also won't recognize that it's plugged into the outlet, so I can only use the computer until the battery runs down for good. Anyone know what the problem might be? The computer is only about a month old, so I know the battery isn't just worn out.
Two possibilities in general
1) The power brick is dead
2) The charger port (where you put in the power plug) is dead
(there are other possibilities but it's pretty esoteric)
Sounds like it's time to call Acer customer service.
(and it *could* be the battery, esp. if it's a refurb, they may have swapped the battery with some other unit)
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