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Aktuelle Version von: Peter Newman ,

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Thanks for the discussion guys. I just repaired a 820-3115 logic board that wasn’t recognising the battery (U7000 issue so it was replaced) and also the BIL unit was faulty so I left it diconnecteddisconnected. Then I noticed that it wasn’t going to sleep when I closed the lid and I have been told by a trustworthy tech (thanks Kike) that this Battery Indicator Light assembly also is a part of the sleep circuit so I will be replacing it tomorrow and will report back on my findings.
Thanks for the discussion guys. I just repaired a 820-3115 logic board that wasn’t recognising the battery (U7000 issue so it was replaced) and also the BIL unit was faulty so I left it diconnecteddisconnected. Then I noticed that it wasn’t going to sleep when I closed the lid and I have been told by a trustworthy tech (thanks Kike) that this Battery Indicator Light assembly also is a part of the sleep circuit so I will be replacing it tomorrow and will report back on my findings.

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Thanks for the discussion guys. I just repaired a 820-3115 logic board that wasn’t recognising the battery (U7000 issue so it was replaced) and also the BIL unit was faulty so I left it diconnected. Then I noticed that it wasn’t going to sleep when I closed the lid and I have been told by a trustworthy tech (thanks Kike) that this Battery Indicator Light assembly also is a part of the sleep circuit so I will be replacing it tomorrow and will report back on my findings.

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