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Couple of things spring to mind:
1. Check the boot interior light (usually stays on but you cannot see it.)
2. Stick a discharge tester across the battery. if you do not feel confident doing this, any good car accessory shop will test it for you. if the reading drops off quickly or the battery starts to gas quickly, then you should replace the battery.

Remember, you get what you pay for with batteries ie. a cheap battery is just that, fork out a few more pounds/ dollars and get a good one.

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