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Eeyore
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New MO09 battery never gets 1o 100 percent.

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I recently replaced my MO06 battery with an  MO09.  Ran fine, only issue was charge percent ran to 93 percent.  It then stopped moving and the battery continued charging forever.  Bios battery test shows battery passed,  Cells 1/2/3 at 4200 mv, cell 4 at 0 mv.  I assume/hope it does not have a cell 4.

 

I attempted to calibrate the battery as follows:

 

   1) fully charged (as best  can tell)

   2) Ran battery down till laptop did a memory save.

   3) Recharged.  Percent now stuck at 57.

 

Any ideas?

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Welcome to the HP Support Community! I read your post and wanted to reach out to help you!  
 

I see that you have replaced your battery with a different model, I do recommend only parts that are recommended for your HP Pavilion m6-1045dx Notebook. This could help. Here is a link to calibrate and test the Battery. 

 

Here is a link to troubleshoot the battery on a Notebook. You should be able to complete these with the Notebook plugged into the AC adapter.

 

Plug the power adapter directly into a functioning wall outlet. Do not plug it into a power strip, surge protector, or secondary power source as this could cause and issue.

 

Please let me know how this goes.

 

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Eeyore
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I include a link from an earlier thread where I was told the part I have is a recommended part.  I have no idea on who the different responders are and what their roles are, Perhaps you could have responded to my earlier post?  I can not afford to spend more money on the hope it might fix the issue.  Users should be able to get parts for supported laptops through HP.  Or at least consistent information.

 

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Replacement-671731-001-battery-...

 

I have already worked through your help pages to no avail

 

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Hi @Eeyore,

 

The person in the reply above did tell you that it was risky. I do not post over Experts post. Cheaper not always better. Hp does recommend only HP parts for your system. 

 

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As I read his post Amazon parts were suspect.

 

Also, if you look at my original post I would love to buy an official hp part.  I called hp parts they no longer carry,  Called two numbers they gave,  First did not carry.  Second manufactured large scale hp printers only.  Said they were aware hp liked to give out their number.  I am not keen on tossing a working laptop because official parts are not available.

 

In any event, due to my rantings, this post has wandered off course.  If anyone can offer a solution, would appreciate a reply.

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