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Recharging the Battery

I have a Nintendo DSi that was purchased July 29, 2009. When I charge it, the light will go off which indicates that the machine is fully charged. Then when I unplug it and replug it, the light will go back on. Is there a problem with it, or is this supposed to be that way??? I think I am only getting 2-3 hours of battery life. The manual says I should get 4-6 hours.

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Try and take battery back it maybe bad!!! :)

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