Question about Dirt Devil Kurv Bagless Cordless Hand Vac - Spice
Obtaining a battery will be difficult; I had a similar problem with my Kone model. Check that the plug you have has a fresh new fuse though as it may be the connection lead.
Sadly because the batteries are built into the machine its difficult to find a replacement - ALL cordless hand dust busters suffer from difficult to find batteries because at cost they are reasonably cheap and not really designed to have batteries that can be found easily.
Well not until someone brings out a model that has batteries that are available...
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
This rechargeable vacuum, like most ni-cd based rechargeable items, uses what is called a "sub-c" ni-cd battery. If you manage to ge the item open with minimal damage, you can replcaes these re-chargeable batteries. You will most likely need to solder the new batteries in, since that is the way they install them. SO, if you are comfortable soldering, then buy some sub-c nicd batteries and get out the solder iron. This particular Curve uses 8 of these batteries for a total of 9.6V - each battery is 1.2v. Most likely all are not bad, but you will need a meter to find the bad ones. You can find these batteries for about $1.5 each on ebay. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 23, 2011
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