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Battery will not charge

The netbook works fine when plugged into a wall socket but when i attempt to unplug it from the wall socket and switch to battery power, the computer shuts off. Apparently the battery will not accept a charge. When i shutdown and leave the laptop to charge, the power lights starts to blink slowly after a few minutes.

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