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Ibook battery problems

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I bought a new battery for my ibook several months ago. Ever since then, it gradually charges less and less, and the maximum charge that i can now get out of it is about 20%.
I have run the coconut battery application to check on the battery itself and it appears to have no problems on it. the battery capacity is 4000MaH and the maximum battery charge is also 4000MaH.
It just doesn't charge!
Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions as to what I can do here?
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