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Battery not charging

The laptop model Toshiba m70 equium is working fine with ac plug. but does not charge my battery and i bought new battery but that one does not charge too.
the light comes on for 5 min. when i plug in the ac power, next to battery symbol in the front. it red color. so power is going to the battery, so connection is not the problem but why is it cut it off after 5 min.. and in the power meter it do not show charging too. is there software or hardware issue can anyone help. thank you.

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Most probably you have an IC problem have a licenced repair man to check on it.

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