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Fitted a new battery but still will not charge, it starts up charging but after 5 minutes it just stops with no charge

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This would indicate that you need to contact the battery vendor and get them to go through troubleshooting steps with you so that you can send the battery in for replacement or eliminate the battery as the issue.

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