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stephencaso
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Spectre x360 13-ac0XX Battery Swollen again

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HP Spectre x360 Convertible 13-ac0XX
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

At least 2 times ( although i think is 3) HP have fixed the same problem on My HP Spectre x360 Convertible 13-ac0XX. I noticed my keyboard was getting fatter around the x,d and c keys and also 90b error fan not working. Contacted support and they fix it and told me it was caused by a swollen battery. Now my warranty is finished and thinking is it pointless to try and replace the battery and fan myself if its going to be broke again in the next few months. Does anybody have any similar experience. It's really annoying because i like the laptop and without these constant issues my next laptop would be the exact same model. I use it for work and was a killer losing it when getting repaired, had to get replacement for that time. If it goes dead because of the swollen battery growing (which it is) I will have to go and get a new laptop that day, so am i just better of at his stage on giving up on the x360. 

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Thanks for your replys, I understand batteries can indeed die and faults can happen and so on. My issue is this is the third battery in the laptop and its happened again, your answer is to put another battery in a hope for the best. If it happened once before, fair enough i would just go and repair it, but it happen atleast 3 times, that's not normal. I posted here to see have others had the same experience , as i said before in the original post i understand its possible to fix but only from hearing other users experience can i say is that worth fixing. Your post gives the impression your one and only aim is to have this topic marked as solved as soon as possible limiting its viewing from forum users.

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