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New battery won't charge. It was an aftermarket, they recomened that I see if there is a donw load needed.

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You can download only, if the battery is not completely dead. there is possibility that the suppose new battery has been kept for long, and thus discharged. it is either you take it back to the company for change or get a new one. good luck

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