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Are you sure your wall charger is working ok? You might just have a bad battery pack in the sweeper if your charger is working. Do you have a friend who knows electronics and has a voltmeter?
If so, have them check the voltage output of the charger at the plug that goes into the sweeper. Verify that the charger is indeed working ok. Then you will need to check the voltage on the battery pack inside the sweeper to see if your battery is good and holding a charge. A mechanical blockage could be something caught in the vacuum fan blade. You should be able to hold the main part of the sweeper up to your ear so you can hear and then pull the sweeper trigger and see if you can hear the motor try to start. Nothing happening may mean a dead battery pack. Regards, Dennis
The paperwork that should have come with the unit should give you a phone number that you can call to get help with your problem. It sounds like the charger is not working. You might want to test the charger output with a voltmeter.
Solution #1 You helped me out Thanks a bunch!! I just have one thing to add when you go to the site on the left side click on Vacuums then click on Cordless Sweepers in the middle of page their you will see what Model you are looking for ...
I bought the rechargable sweeper and it was missing a part. The 800# (866-917-6600) is defunct and Conair, who bought Scunci out, said the sweeper division had been out of business for a while now...guess we're all stuck!