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Rechargeable battery does not recharge

Is the battery replaceable?   It will no longer take a charge.   I did take it to a local hardware store and they are the ones that advised it is the battery that is not accepting the charge as opposed to the charger not functioning.  Thanks for your help

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Re: rechargeable battery does not recharge

They are nickel cadminum batteries, and are replaceable, you may have to order from a repair shop, or go Once you have the battery pack out, maybe you can find them like at Radio Shack or other places that sell these type packs,

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