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Laptop battery is an expensive device. So if you have an old laptop, it works very well, but it costs Rs. More than 2000 is just to replace the battery and bring the laptop back to life. Here, our GIZBOT brings you one of the trickiest ways to bring a dead battery back to life.

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Using a refrigerator that stores peas and meat, you can easily restore a completely dead battery. Sounds impossible, doesn't it? Follow the instructions below and save some money.

Method 1: Battery-In the refrigerator:
Steps 1. Take out the battery and put it in a sealed zip lock bag.
Step 2. Put the dead battery in the refrigerator for 11-12 hours.
Step 3. When the time is up, take it out of the refrigerator and out of the bag.
Step 4. Place the battery outdoors and allow it to reach room temperature. This part is the most important.
Step 5. If the battery is still wet, wipe it properly with a dry cloth.
Step 6. Put it back into the laptop and charge it.
Step 7. Then let the battery fully discharge and recharge.
Step 8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 3-4 times.


Method 2: Thermal pad
According to the laptop what If you are using a lithium battery, the only way to extend battery life is to keep the laptop as cool as possible. Therefore, regardless of the battery type, always use a thermal pad


Method 3: Recalibrate the battery
If your laptop is always plugged in or never completely crashes, you need to calibrate the laptop battery. However, the best way to know if your laptop battery needs calibration is when your laptop shows that it is fully charged but is exhausted in 30 minutes or less. Therefore, many manufacturers have introduced tools for automatic recalibration.

Otherwise, you can also do it manually.
Step 1. Fully charge or fully charge the battery and disconnect the power supply.
Step 2. Keep the laptop turned on until it automatically shuts down. Leave it aside for nearly 3-5 hours.
Step 3. Recharge to 100%. This should be.

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