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Nook HD+ Stuck at 100% Battery

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Default Nook HD+ Stuck at 100% Battery

Yesterday my HD+ suddenly notified that it was down to 5% battery. I plugged it in and it instantly went to 33%. I left it charging for several hours. Came back and it was still orange but I disconnected the charger anyway. When I turned it on, it said it was at 100%. I used it for awhile and noted it was still at 100. Plugged it in, and it quickly went from orange to green and said "charged". This has persisted thru several reboots, including my usual CM 10.2 SD card, my CM 10.1 on EMMC and my stock SD card. Today I'll likely try to get stock back onto EMMC to ensure I'm covered if it dies. Anyone else had their HD+ get stuck at 100% or have suggestions on how to fix?

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After completing a nandoid backup via CMW and restarting, it was clear that battery time was updating again, it was reporting 69%. But I went ahead and restored stock and flashed stock recovery in case I continue to have issues.

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Not sure if i have the same issue. My Battery goes up to 100% while using the device unplugged on 10.1.3 and stays at 100%.
If the battery is drained (still showing 100%) i get the charging leds flashing red and i have to disassemble the device and re plug the Battery to get it charging again.
I tried some battery calibration tool from the play store. no help.

Nook HD+ 32GB MBG4GA

My CM history, Stock > 10.1.3 > 10.2-m1 > 10.2-nightly(11/27) > back to backed up 10.1.3
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@Sherip: Faulty battery. Mine had a similar issue. Get it replaced ASAP.

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