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I have 2 batterys that are the same and 1 seems 2 be about 15-20% compared to my other battery??? It may last ten mins until dead but my other one may tast an hr or 2? before it is dead? any ideas 2 restore battery life???

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Your short lived battery is almost worn out. there is no safe way to revive it; your best off to replace it.


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