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Our new battery won't charge up fully, and is gradually going down 1% every few days. Now at 95%. Just like why we replaced the last batter.

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A battery will not hold full charge when its not being used it will slowly lose charge over time keep your battery in a dark cool place if it is connected to your thinkpad it will gradually lose charge
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