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I have an acer aspire one .The problem is that it's battery dfoesn't get charged over 75% even after prolonged charging.

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  • Arhamajaz Apr 11, 2011

    How can that help explain please

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You have to charge 100 percetn battery for very first time in case u dont ur battery wont charge fullly after that for example if u charge uor battery 75 percent first time and then discharge it without charging it cpmpletely then from ownward it could never be 100 percent charge. as a soliution put ur battry in sun light for more than six hour hope it would work best of luck
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This shows that the battery is not healthy enough to accept 100% charge and is only healthy enough to accept 75%.

The solution is to claim warranty support on the basis of a faulty battery, if you have not had it long.
The alternative option is to purchase a replacement battery, you may even get one that holds more charge. A 6cell will enable you to use your laptop longer than that of a 3cell.

Thanking you
damnor01

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    damnor01 Apr 11, 2011

    Sunlight is not good for the battery, it will simply warm up and could leak.
    Rather purchase a new battery or claim warranty support.

    Thanking you
    damnor01

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    damnor01 Apr 13, 2011

    Be sure to rate this session, Thanks damnor01

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    damnor01 Apr 19, 2011

    How did it go, any joy?
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