Battery became empty

@pahak627 (4548)
Philippines
October 25, 2021 3:37pm CST
While doing some responses for the discussions here in mylot, my laptop suddenly went out. Oh my God my battery was drained. I haven't checked my batteries earlier. I read that becoming drained will ruin whatever devices we are using. But I guess, a few won't hurt. After this, I will do my walking. Have a nice day ahead guys.
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@kaylachan (32931)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
25 Oct
It can do damage to a battery if you make a frequent habit of it. However, it's good to allow batteries to drain completely sometimes, too.
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@pahak627 (4548)
• Philippines
25 Oct
So that was not a big problem since I seldom have my batteries completely drained. Thanks for that info.
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@kaylachan (32931)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
25 Oct
@pahak627 Yep. It's perfectly okay. Some batteries recommend you drain them completely.
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@pahak627 (4548)
• Philippines
25 Oct
@kaylachan I was just a bit worried since my laptop is not really new. I acquired it over than two (2) years ago.
@FayeHazel (39066)
• United States
25 Oct
I wish I knew more about batteries, but I know these modern ones are far different than in the 80s, 90s, when batteries were more touchy as to charging
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@pahak627 (4548)
• Philippines
25 Oct
I also don't know much about batteries but somebody told that it sometimes good to allow batteries to drain completely. I was relieved.
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@FayeHazel (39066)
• United States
26 Oct
@pahak627 I know back in the 80s when rechargable batteries were new - it was said that it was good to drain them completely before charging. Now I've read that some of these new batteries like a charge around 40 percent or so. I'm confused....
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@pahak627 (4548)
• Philippines
26 Oct
@FayeHazel That's it. As time goes by, changes also come.
@Vree0937 (4049)
• Indonesia
25 Oct
really? its a common for me to drained my battery LOL
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@pahak627 (4548)
• Philippines
25 Oct
It seldom happened to mine. That is why it was already a big issue for me.
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@Vree0937 (4049)
• Indonesia
26 Oct
@pahak627 Yes, need experience to understand well
@Deepizzaguy (65172)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
25 Oct
I will do my best to enjoy the rest of the week.
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@pahak627 (4548)
• Philippines
25 Oct
Hope you'll enjoy.
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@Deepizzaguy (65172)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
26 Oct
@pahak627 Thank you for the kind wishes.
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@db20747 (41029)
• Washington, District Of Columbia
29 Oct
I have to keep a watch out for batteries or the computer will go down when I really need something
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@pahak627 (4548)
• Philippines
30 Oct
I'll do that too.I will check on the batteries as I don't want it to happen again.
@franxav (12718)
• India
25 Oct
Leaking battery can damage any divice.
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@pahak627 (4548)
• Philippines
25 Oct
What may have cause leaking batteries?
@sharon6345 (312465)
• United States
26 Oct
i have used this cord for over 5 years and I don't ever turn off my computer. I hope your battery charges soon.