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Batteries dont hold the charge

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These NiMh batteries last a certain life -approx 3 years.

I replaced mine with 700 mAh 1.5V AAA rechargeables. Two per hansdet - buy 4 for $13.80 from EveryBattery. See everybattery.com.au or ask for the long nipple AAA NiMh cells.

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