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Battary indicator blinking

Three short orange lights than one long green. I also can hear some very quiet sounds related to lights.

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Those LED's indicate a battery failure. If the battery is less than 14 months old, contact Dell for a replacement, if it is older, then you can find a new battery on Google for about half the price Dell charges.

http://www.notebookbattery.com/p1231//product_info.html?gclid=CKuZkPOPnJMCFSOCkwodr3Hxrw

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