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Won't charge I just got a new cable for my dell and it was working just fine. just yesterday it stopped charging my battery. i will plug it in and it says its charging and then switches to critical battery and back and forth. i can still use it, but the cable does not go all the way in so when i bump it looses conection and turns off. i also have bought 2 new cables in the past 3 months... i don't know if something is wrong with the cable or my input or what. please help!!

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There may be some problem with your input so better check whether the input point is in good condition

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