Am I right?

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Hi, this is not a shaming post. It is a warning post about a specific ASUS product: the built in battery. After less than three years it might blow up into your laptop like cellular phones Samsung batteries. This is my Asus laptop X455L , three years old. I contacted the ASUS service in Israel and they was not l impressed at al and they proposed me a regular out of warranty repair. A regular battery failure from their point of view. But I think they must analyze these battery problems seriously because one day it will happen like with the Samsung cellular phone battery.
 

Robert Ban

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Jul 30, 2014
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Depends and you cannot predict battery faulire unless you monitor it with sensors, like note was hazzard not all have exploded, i have A 5 2016 and it heats up a lot during use and charging constantly im fast charge, no bulging battery or similar.

In short, almost nobody cannot predict it.
Heat, voltage, discharge , recharge current are main factors of possible battery faulire.
Also tl add overcharging, and over discharging.
 

Robert Ban

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Jul 30, 2014
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Depends and you cannot predict battery faulire unless you monitor it with sensors, like note was hazzard not all have exploded, i have A 5 2016 and it heats up a lot during use and charging constantly im fast charge, no bulging battery or similar.

In short, almost nobody cannot predict it.
Heat, voltage, discharge , recharge current are main factors of possible battery faulire.
Also tl add overcharging, and over discharging.
 

hang-the-9

Titan
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Batteries usually have a one year warranty. And yes they can fail at times including expanding/swelling. Dell 7470 models have an issue with their batteries for sure, did not hear about anything specific with that Asus model.
 

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