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I have a Shark Cordless Sweeper that needs a new battery too. (Model V1725QC 4.8V) I Googled around and finally gave up and phoned the number on the bottom of the Cordless Sweeper. No problem. The lady did ask me for the "DATE CODE" that is stamped in the silver part on the bottom of the sweeper. The number was 4608 (not easy to read). The battery cost is $16.95 and with Shippling the total came to $22.90. I should receive it in about 7-10 business days. It will be coming from Quebec to BC so that is the total Canadian Price. All model info is on the bottom. The Phone number is on the bottom of your Cordless Sweeper in white lettering on the black plastic towards the rear. The Phone Number is 1-800-798-7398. I hope this will help some other people. Just phone them - best to stick with the Shark Company batteries and they are not easy to find otherwise. No fuss, no muss when I called. No problem ... just gotta wait now. You can also try "www.sharkclean.com" ...
If you have the old charger, look at the pin and read the output. Many electronics clearance stores sell a generic charger which will match the output in volts and amps as long as you find the identical pin configuration. Volts may exceed the original battery rating by 20%, amps can as well. IE I have a 9.6 volt charger on my 7.2 volt battery pack.