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My iphone shows charging but will not charge

I Plug my charger into my 2nd gen. Iphone and it shows that it is charging then after an hour or even 3 hours i come back and it has not charges at all anyone know why this could be?

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This could be a software problem
or else the charging socket problem
it is best u take it to the apple store

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