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Dell Inspiron 1525 pulgged in but not charging

I have a Dell Inspiron 1525 that does not always charge. The battery icon on the bottom shows that it is plugged in, but says it is not charging. I used to be able to plug it into any outlet and it would charge. Now, it seems that only certain outlets in my house will allow it to charge, but even then, it won't! The comp is only a year and half old. Any solutions?

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That is an indicator that your battery is going bad. It is also possible that your charging mechanism on the motherboard is failing, but that is fairly unlikely. I would explore that further only if a new battery did not fix the problem.

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