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I changed my battery 35 days ago. But when I

I changed my battery 35 days ago. But when I tried to start the Jeep it would not start. Is it because I did not use the car for a month or is it a electrical problem? I re-charged the battery and tried but still no luck?
Please help me.

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CHECK BATTERY CABLES,NO CORROSION AND ACID OR BAD GROUNDS TO BE PRESENT. YOU MAY ALSO HAVE A SLOW DRAIN ON ELECTRICAL SYSTEM. IS SOMETHING ALWAYS ON THATS OBVIOUS?

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