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Dell Inspiron 8200 Battery

About 6 months ago my Dell Inspiron 8200 laptop was dropped about 3 feet to a carpeted floor.I didn't think the damage was that great, but since then the battery will not charge at all.Is there any chance that only the battery itself was damaged, or is it likely more?

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I assume that you have your charger plugged in as long as you use the laptop...

There are very minimal chances o the battery having been damaged, since the casing on the inspiron 8200 is quite sturdy.. i suggest you get the charge socket (the socket that leads to the main wall electricity outlet) from a qualified technician...

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