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Recharging failed I replaced my labtop battery cells but it is not charging, I checked for voltage, it is reaching to the battery, but the battery just will not charge. now I think the control sercuit inside the battery is to be plamed. is there any way to service this sercuit or find the schmatic diagram for it. Battery is for inspiron 2650 any help is appreciated. thanx

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Get a similar battery and test u know battery is jsut a big capacitor so even though it reads well at times u discover its dead.
so replace a diff batery n see what happends

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