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I have an hp pavilion dv9350ea. Over a couple of years the battery became defective and I installed a new one. It showed 30% charge. I disconnected the charger to discharge the battery before re-charging it. After a while the computer went off, and I re-inserted the charge lead. The icon says "0%, plugged in, charging", but the icon does not show the battery level being charged (although removing the lead for a second and replacing it runs the icon through four (increase charge" cycles - around 8 seconds before the charge motion stops), and the battery is not charging at all - even when left overnight! When the power lead is removed, the battery powers the computer for around 1 minute before it dies out. Please help!

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Sounds like you bought a bunk battery

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