August 26th, 2011, 11:22 PM
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Transformer does not Charge
My Asus eeePad transformer doesn't charge anymore. It worked fine for about two weeks but one day I left it on until it went all the way down to 0%. After that, I left it plugged in, it didnt charge for a few hours. After leaving it plugged in for about 20 hours or so, the charge was at 35% but I've been unable to get it to charge since.
All the other threads about this already posted are about the Dock which I do not own. The only non-dock related thread about not charging was solved by "Okay, I just asked my friend who had the same problem and it turns out I'm just stupid and didn't press the adapter into place hard enough. It's charging now. Thanks for the help anyway guys."
I've tried everything including, yes, pushing it in.
Interestingly, when connected to the TV, the transformer is recongized as a device and can have its SD card mounted. The device doesn't charge either through the wall using the provided adapter, iPhone adapters, nook adapters, Kindle adapters, or any other USB-power adapter. It also doesn't charge through the computer.
I know that the computer doesn't charge it very fast but at the very least it should show a lightningbolt saying it's being charged at some rate when plugged in. I do not get that in any situation.
My device is currently at ~10% battery and will eventually die.
What can I do?