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21.6 VOLT RECHARGEABLE POWER PACK WON'T HOLD A CHARGE

RECHARGEABLE BATTERY PACK [21.6 VOLT] DO NOT HOLD CHARGE. S/N'S ARE 6080042490 & 6080042493.

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There is nothing to do but replace it, they do wear out.

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