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Okay what happens sometimes is the charger gets into a feed back loop. What to do is remove the battery unplug the charger wait a few seconds (Maybe 20/30) plug the charger back into the outlet and then put the battery back in the charger. It should start to charge again and a few minutes later go to the blinking for full charge green.
It'll happen the other way as well meaning if the battery gets a memory (they say they don't but they do) you need to unplug the battery let is sit till it's cool and put it back on charge again. I've had this problem many times and have put it on charge and back off several times with in 15 minutes before it started to charge as it should.
Also these batteries do have a life span and if it's a three year old battery with many charges it could be failing meaning it just won't take a full charge.
Its dying because the battery is not being charged, and it takes power to run the ignition pak to run motor and electrical systems. I would have the alternator checked out as that seems to be the most obvious problem,only other solution is battery will not take a full charge. usually if the alternator is charging it will supply the power to run the car, but if the battery wont take a charge then it will not have enough power to start the car or run the voltage that the ignition needs to operate. solution is bad battery or bad alternator.
If it is new Nano Li-ion technology- try to fully charge battery, they work FULL power until they discharge, so they die instantly, NOT like Nickel batteries go slower till they die, so maybe that is only your first impression that it shorts...
usually 8 hours is what is suggested when you get a new battery. i like to burn down the power on the battery completely till it turns the unit off, then let charge for 24 hours just to reset the battery correctly.
Maybe it's battery. Try to use another maybe helps.
If not it's problem with software in it, what is connected with power point-battery and its showing low battery and switching off.
Second what you can do is to clean connection inside maybe it's stuck something and not giving the power in.
Did you do a full cycle charge when you got the Laptop? When you buy the Laptop you have to use the computer on battery till the battery dies and then charge battery for 12 hours and you repeat that another time. Most likely your battery it is damaged. Maybe you call the company and they might replace it for you.