How to detect and prevent swollen battery in your laptop?
In modern life, we rely on lithium-ion batteries to power our devices, from cellphone to laptops. These batteries are amazing; they're able to power our devices for several hours with a single charge.
But they aren't permanent perfect. If made or used improperly, they can swell over time. Not only is a swollen battery strange looking, it can also be dangerous.
At KingSener, we help thousands customers to get a new replacement battery. Here's everything you need to know about a swollen battery and our advice on what to do if you have one.
Why do batteries swell in laptops?
A number of aspects could lead to a swollen battery in laptops.
The most likely causes are:
● Manufacturer’s defect
● Physical damage to your device
● Exposure to high temperatures
● Natural aging
How to deal with a swollen Laptop battery?Once you discover a swollen battery, you should promptly turn off your laptop. Don't charge it or turn it back on. A swollen lithium-ion battery can be very dangerous if left in your laptop.
It could become punctured, causing hazardous gases to escape. It could even catch fire or explode while you using your laptop, leading to serious injury.
Once your battery becomes swollen, it no longer works properly and you should replace it. A swollen battery can’t be fix. You can remove the battery by your own or go to a repair centre. They have the tools to safely remove and replace your battery.
For safely dispose of a swollen battery, you can take it to an authorized battery collection site or recycling center, which will safely dispose of it.
You should never put a swollen battery in your trash can or recycling bin. This is a fire hazard and could put you and your home at serious risk.
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How to prevent a swollen laptop battery?
l Avoid extreme temperatures. Heat and humidity can harm your battery, so don't leave your laptop sitting in a hot car.
l Use the original charger that came with your device. Other chargers may be cheaper, but they may damage your battery.
l Don't leave your laptop plugged in. Lithium-ion batteries are designed to use their power and then be recharged. If constantly connected to power, the battery will degrade and its life will decrease.
l Replacing the battery if you see an issue. If your battery experiences damage or if you notice it getting very hot or losing its charge quickly, get a new one. If left in your device, it could become swollen
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