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Batter Not Charging

My Acer Travekmate 2420, was working fine, but all of a sudden, the battery wont charge more than 28%..........

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If your unit can charging battery from 0% to 28%, it's mean your battery is bad.
But if your unit can't charging battery at all, it's mean your motherboard is bad,

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