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My brand new hp dv6000 battery is just like the old one will not charge shows it there but not charging

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  • gman41156 Jul 19, 2009

    It cannot be the charging cord, a brand new battery without power. The only source of power is the ac cord for the laptop. So if that was bad then anyone would aggree, the Laptop would be dead all together. So what to do

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The problem is not your battery but the charging cord. Replace it.

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