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My laptop won't charge the leads plugged in but the lights not on and i can't turn it on. I only brought a new charger a few months ago.

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TRY REPLCE THE BATTERY OF YOUR LAPTOP, THAT MIGHT BE DEAD. CALL FOR QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN NEAR YOU FOR TROUBLESHOOTING

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