Budget 0-20k Asus Laptop Battery gone?


Srinivas_june23

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Namaste,
Not sure posting on the right section , I am using Asus GL702VSK purchased abroad 2 years back, recently noticed that the trackpad is popped out and there is a swell (see attached), I am guessing it might be the battery.
Is it safe to work, I work for extended hours on this laptop Or you should I take the battery out and work with this .
Any help, greatly appreciated.
Sri

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Srinivas_june23

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Local support , without looking at the laptop informed me that it’s not possible to get battery. Any other source?
 

vyral_143

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Or you should I take the battery out and work with this
I doubt laptop will even turn ON if you remove battery and try on AC power.

Is it safe to work, I work for extended hours on this laptop
Definitely not sounding safe.

Generally laptop manual/user guide will have part number. May be you can just ask local support that I need AABB123 part number.
 

Srinivas_june23

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Removed the battery, it’s working with direct power, I will check with the website recommended to see if they got this model.
Thanks very much for all your help
 

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if you are in bombay then contact Laptop Parts : 9920143042 / 9769450033 :)
 

richardbenning

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Removing the battery and working on AC should probably get you going. I have been doing that for a few months now. I've an ASUS ROG. Battery failed after I think 2-3 years. Got it replaced with a local one. It failed again after 6 months or so. Now working on AC power. Will probably get it replaced once shops resume.
 

nRiTeCh

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But the query of trackpad popping out still remains. Does battery swelling causes the trackpad to bump up as shown?
Just found yes it does...
 

Srinivas_june23

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I consider myself lucky, ignored the bump for good two weeks and carried on with my work, somehow the sense prevailed and posted her to confirm and took the battery out

Big thanks to everyone again