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My Aspire 3680 Laptop will not charge the battery.

Is this a common problem with the model's charging unit or just needs a new battery. The current battery last less than 5 mins whether it's charged for 1 hour or 8 hours.

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Although both could be the culprit, it is far more likely that the battery has gone dead.

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