HP mini 110-3135dx: my battery won't charge

My level of battery on my hp mini 110-3135dx, and when he connects, it does not load. When I plug in of the United Nations, he died. don't know if its the battery or something else. Help, please.

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UltrusPrime wrote:

My level of battery on my hp mini 110-3135dx, and when he connects, it does not load. When I plug in of the United Nations, he died. don't know if its the battery or something else. Help, please.

Problem of two ways...

1. bad battery

2. bad charger...

"To test out battery and just use the charger and see if it is consumed on and work without any problem.

then next put the battery leave sit for a day or so... then before you turn on unplug the charger and the market to see if the battery brings the laptop on or not, if not, the bad battery.

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