Your Lenovo laptop battery is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should be carefully treated.The
suggestions below will help you protect your warranty coverage.
LENOVO L10L6Y01 Battery info:
Battery Type: Li-ion
Voltage: 10.8V or 11.1V
Capacity: 48Wh / 6Cell
Size: 239.61 x 52.30 x 30.25 mm
Compatible original Battery Code:
57Y6440 57Y6567 L08S6DB
L09L6D16 L09N6D16 L09S6D16
L10L6Y01 L10N6Y01 L10S6Y01
LENOVO L10N6Y01 Battery Fit machine:
LENOVO IdeaPad B560 Series LENOVO IdeaPad B560A Series
LENOVO IdeaPad Y460 Series LENOVO IdeaPad Y460A Series LENOVO IdeaPad Y460AT Series
LENOVO IdeaPad Y460C Series LENOVO IdeaPad Y460D Series LENOVO IdeaPad Y460G Series
LENOVO IdeaPad Y460N Series LENOVO IdeaPad Y460P Series
LENOVO IdeaPad Y560 Series LENOVO IdeaPad Y560A Series LENOVO IdeaPad Y560AT Series
LENOVO IdeaPad Y560C Series LENOVO IdeaPad Y560D Series LENOVO IdeaPad Y560DT Series
LENOVO IdeaPad Y560N Series LENOVO IdeaPad Y560P Series
LENOVO IdeaPad V560 Series LENOVO IdeaPad V560A Series
Q:How to Revive a Dead Laptop Battery?
A:Bring a seemingly-dead laptop battery back to life, to a usable condition, although not quite like-new. It could be almost as good as a replacement laptop battery and a lot cheaper than a universal external laptop battery. Using a Freezer, the same place you put your frozen peas and TV dinners, you could restore a dead laptop battery.
Q:I had the same thing occur with my LENOVO L10S6Y01 Battery. The green charge light was on but when I pushed the power switch nothing happened. I did some research on the internet and this is what I did that solved the problem:
A:I removed the battery and unplugged the power supply. I then held down the power button for 45 seconds. I then
reinstalled the battery and the power supply and pushed the power button and voila it worked. I did have to try it
a couple of times before it woorked but all is well now.
I had exactly the same problem, the laptop wouldn't turn on at all only the orange charge light came on. I found
the problem to be one of the legs on a microchip near the DC input on the Motherboard had burned out. I chipped
into the microchip to expose some of the contact, then some clever soldering fixed it. Laptop is working fine now.
I would reccomend checking over the motherboard for the same problem, even if you cant fix it yourself if you just
take the motherboard to a repair guy it should'nt cost much for him to replace it.