Eventually, your laptop’s battery will die. It’s inevitable. Just as humans are subject to death and taxes, laptop batteries are subject to death. (Fortunately, the government hasn’t figured out how to plunder tax money from a battery. Yet.)
If your toshiba laptop battery fails or no longer holds a sufficient charge, you can easily replace it. such as “Toshiba Satellite M55-S139 Battery” Follow these steps:
Toshiba Satellite M55-S139 Battery 6 cells 4400MAH Description:
Type: 6 cells
UL certificated cells inside!
1.Turn off your laptop and disconnect the laptop AC adapter.
2.Release the latch or other attachment devices that hold your battery in place.
3.Slide the old laptop battery out of its compartment or storage bay.
Press the release button if there is one and carefully lift the battery out of its compartment.
Avoid touching the contacts on the toshiba laptop battery itself or inside the bay; the oils on your fingertips could reduce the conductivity of the battery.
4、Take the replacement battery out of the box.
5、Slide it into the notch or bay.
6、Close the safety latch to lock it into place.
7、Reconnect the AC adapter for laptop and give the battery a full charge.
Don’t mourn a dead battery! Toss it out!
Keep in mind that batteries are considered to be toxic waste in most communities. You must properly dispose of or recycle dead toshiba laptop batteries according to the rules of your community or jurisdiction. Never just chuck an old computer battery in the trash.
And don’t get all Viking and try to burn your battery, either. That’s just a bad thing.