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MY LAPTOP BATTERY DOES FAST CHARING

WHEN I CHARGE MY BATTERY , IT CHARGES FULL IN 15MINUTES.AND THE BATTERY DROPS AT A FAST RATE. WHAT IS THE CAUSE OF THE PROBLEM. IS IT THE CHARGER THAT IS NOT GOOD OR THE BATTERY.

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Your battery is bad. Replace your battery and that will solve the problem.

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