danetime theres no battery charge limiter on any acer laptops with internal battery the limit was used for the old removable batteries only also care center its obsolete wont work for anything just to see your device serial/snid nothing else also your battery wont overcharge and its perfectly safe to use it on AC at all times in fact thats what you should do never use it on battery only you will damage it good luck
danetime yes always plugged into AC only use it on batter on emergency and really light work the internal batteries are not like the old removable ones that would get damaged if not removed they are designed to be always plugged in (as i explained before they work as a powerbank to help the adapter with more power when it cant provide enough by itself) as you wont get full performance from the laptop if its not always plugged in i have mine always on AC 24/7 non stop since 2018 and i only have 8.7% battery wear
I had this same issue for quite some time now on my Predator PH315-53, although I found a quick fix for this last week.
You probably have your Usb Power charging while the device is off set as "On" in your Quick Access app<Settings. Disabling this did the trick for me, since I believe my external USB devices somehow were draining power bit by bit while my device was switched off, thereby resetting the Battery limiter.
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