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There could be a few reasons for this.
You may want to try another charger for the computer. It may be your actual cord.
Your soldering may have come loose to your and you may have to resolder the power receptacle to put it firmly back in place again or take it to a technician to have it professionally done.
If the whole receptacle is damaged, you will have to know the make/model of your computer and order a new part.
Hopefully, you still have the manufacturer warranty on your computer and you can just send it in to be repaired if it 2 or 3 solution.
I had a Toshiba that did the same thing and i used another cord. It wouldn't stay charged very long when unplugged though and i had to replace the power receptacle. In any case, you should get your receipt and take your battery back in where you purchased it and try one of the solutions provided.
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