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Oster electric wine opener wont pull out corks. Half of the cork, or part gets stuck up in the unit. Has always worked fine up until day before yesterday. Is is shot? Or cork puller not sharp anymore?

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You need to replace the battery pack, pull it out and see what type of cells are used, then build a new battery pack, did this on my own opener and wow it really rocks, lots of power.

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