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How to drain residual flea power (perform a hard reset)

Draining residual flea power, also known as flea power drain, is a technique used in various electronic devices, including laptops and desktop computers. Let me explain why it’s important:

Laptop Troubleshooting:
  • When your laptop encounters issues like not turning on or common malfunctions, performing a hard reset by draining residual flea power can help.
  • It resets the internal components and can resolve problems related to power supply, USB ports, sound, and booting up
What Is Flea Power?

Flea power refers to the small amount of electrical charge that remains in the system even after it’s powered off.
Components like capacitors and memory modules retain this residual charge.
Draining flea power ensures a clean slate for the system to start fresh.

How to Perform Flea Power Drain
  • Turn off your computer.
  • Disconnect the power adapter from your computer.
  • Remove the base cover.
  • Disconnect the battery from motherboard.
  • Disconnect the Coin cell battery from motherboard.
  • Press and hold the power button for 20 seconds to drain the flea power.
  • Install the battery.
  • Install the Coin cell battery.
  • Install the base cover.
  • Connect the power adapter to your computer.
  • Turn on your computer.
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