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TheMurph16

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OK, I'm not sure if this is the right place, so feel free to move if it is not.

I had to buy a new battery for my Dell Inspiron 1545 because the indicator was telling me it was that time. Well, I bought a battery that works great, it's charging and running without the power cord plugged in. However now I'm getting the rapid red/orange flashing light on the front of the computer that I got when I my old battery first went started going down. Any thoughts? The battery is working great, just that annoying light.

One thing to note however is that it is a non dell battery that I bought off Amazon. Supposedly it's compliant for my model and it does work...


Thanks for any help
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