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As a quick note..... I deleted your other post that you put in the wrong forum. We ask that you do not double post. If you feel that the post is in the wrong forum, ask a moderator to move it for you. (You can not delete your own posts.)

Now to your question.... If the battery is swollen, and it appears yours is, the best solution is to replace it before it damages your machine. You don't have to spend $130 for a new one from Apple. With a machine that old, I would buy a knock off battery from eBay or another discount reseller instead.
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