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Takes 4 days to charge battery and the display is dim

Dim display and slow battery charge, battery dischargerses even when on ac power

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  • TOPHER19 May 11, 2010

    woah that is weird. try taking the battery out and running on ac power like that, let me know if it cuts out, if so it might be a problem with your adapter.....if it doesnt you might have an alien in your laptop, either way let me know more specifically whats going on.

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Simple get a new battery

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