Sounds to me like you're probably lucky the laptop hasn't gone up in a puff of gray-white smoke.
You're using a battery and DC-in jack from a different system, which is dangerous at best. Laptops are highly customized hardware, and even very similar models should not have parts swapped like that unless the OEM says they are the same parts. Like the trackpads on Apple laptops haven't changed between the 2009 and 2010 models, so I can mix and match those as needed, but there's no way I'd take the DC-in board from one system and move it to another without checking first.
Count yourself lucky you haven't electrocuted yourself, the battery hasn't exploded, or set the laptop (and maybe your house) on fire... Yet. If you continue attempting to do what you're doing, you do so at your own peril. The only solution here, is to use the proper parts, not just grabbing parts that may look the same, but may have completely different electrical specs.
- Dell Inspiron 1525
- Not Under Warranty
- Replaced Battery about a month ago with Inspiron 1545 Battery
- Clean the Circuits to battery
- Screw Down The DC Port Under Inspiron Sign Inside Computer
- In one post it said to reset the battery settings but not AC settings.
- Removing and Inserting AC Adapter -- In Sexing Style -- Which Is Temporary Working For Me.
One day after all was good the Plugged In Not Charging came up (AGAIN). I came up to a post to keep removing and inserting my ac adapter in my computer in sexing motion until it starts charging. It always works for me. And charges up 100%. I never let my battery go to 0 cause of hardware circuits. This is a Temporary solution to cause its still something wrong. Im suspose to plug it in and leave it charging happily.
Does anyone have a solution to this problem ,thanks, and sorry for my bad writing.
Im willing to fix anything hardware wise because im techy.