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Nx6110 with travel battery 52 wHr

When battery #1 goes dead, battery #2 is supose to take over.
They are bothe fully charged ad the time seem to bee about 6 - 7 hours.
When #1 goes to 0% the time disapere and the the procent cahange to 55%, but a minut later the pc die.
The two batterys are the right ones for each other.
Please help

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