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    With a Battery Wear level of 95.1% your battery is effectively worn out. If that figure is accurate, then you only have 4.9% of your battery capacity left. That equates to around 20 minutes of use...

    If it is the charging connection that's faulty, then I believe that's built in to your motherboard...

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    Hi no the battery wear is fine. Its brand new, this data was taken with batteryinfoview. site says

    "The wear level of a new battery should be around 100%, and it gradually decreases"

    I was wondering if anyone who knows if the info below is enough to charge or if someone with the same working model could compare there battery info with mine (I used batteryinfoview).

    Voltage 7,324 millivolts
    Charge/Discharge Rate 1,466 milliwatts.

    Also I am using bios 207 and on the asus site 211 is available but when I try to install it using winflash it says 211 isnt compatable with my model. I heard if you rename the bios to end in TAC (my model) it will install but will the TAC models accept the TA bios without bricking the device. Has anyone tried this.
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    That's the problem with battery terms. I interpret Battery Wear as "this is the amount the battery has worn out by". But from what you say that is clearly on its head here. IE you still have 95% of your battery capacity, so it has worn by 5%.

    I'm concerned that neither charger is getting a charge into your new battery - I think I might be inclined to try what I suggested in my original reply. Perhaps a cable is available that has the T200 connector to USB?

    What size is the barrel connector? There are a number of variations but there are cables of that general type listed on Amazon...

    DON'T UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES FLASH A BIOS THAT IS NOT FOR YOUR MACHINE.

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    Hi t200tauser,

    I have the same situation as you. Last night I hooked up my T200TA to a TV recorder to save something off my DVR. I was recording and left it to go do something else, and when I came back an hour later it was off.
    I thought hmm, maybe my battery was not charged enough and the power consumption by the usb recorder device just was too much.
    I left it charging for about 2 hours and came back to it and I was able to turn it on, get to windows to login and then squat, it turned off.
    When I tried to turn it on again, I got the empty battery symbol in the middle and it was red.
    Ok, so I left it charging overnight, wake up this morning and same thing.
    I bought it less than a year ago, but didn't register it for the warranty. I'm trying to connect to the ASUS support online chat now to see what I can do.
    If I can't get it fixed by them, where did you get your new battery from? How did you take your tablet apart? I'm kinda afraid of breaking something that will definitely void the warranty.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by t200tauser View Post
    Hello, I just bought a refurbished t200ta. When I recieved it the battery was completely flat and I had trouble charging it. Had it plugged in for 8 hours and eventually the tablet came on.
    I've been using it for a few days and today noticed the battery was completely flat (seems to drain very fast in sleep mode, docked).
    I tried turning it on and it shows the battery status icon (which is at its lowest and empty)on screen for a second then clicks off.
    I tried different holding down power buttons for 1min etc to see if that would do anything and still did the same. I tried different plug sockets still nothing.
    So i left it charging for over 24 hours and tried the next day. still does the same thing. Screen turns on for a split second showing an empty battery icon then turns off.

    When I have the power plugged in it shows an orange led (on the cover ). I find it odd that I cant power on the device even when its plugged in, it seems that the battery needs to be fully charged to turn on, is this the case.
    Is there a way to turn on the tablet using the power adapter and bypass the battery (as its drained/empty)

    Any advice is appreicated. I guess i could return it as its only a few days old but I upgraded to windows 10 on it and plus it has my email login details etc, dont want to send off login details to some random person.

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    Hi, allow us to apologize for the inconvenience experienced with your device and we'll be happy to help as best as we can. If you haven't returned your device as yet for an exchange, please send us an email to socialsupportus@asus.com with reference to case#: N170868269 and we'll provide assistance.
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