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CGV9600 Batteries Is it possible to replace the Balck and Decker CFV9600 batteries?  Ours will no longer hold a charge. Thanks Tim

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  • virgina st Dec 03, 2007

    we would like to know of a servive center that is near where we live

  • easley Mar 29, 2008

    My Black&Decker 12 volt will not hold a charge for more than 5 seconds. I tried cleaning it and looked for a way to get the batterie out and cant't figure that out either.

  • nisemcmc Aug 31, 2008

    wont hold a charge 18 months old, cant get batteries out, it says to remove cover and knock to didlodge but this does nothing. I am on central coast NSW do you know where my nearest service center is



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I hope the above link works. Replacement parts are available through DeWalt.

Also note, they now have a 12-volt version of the same vac. The price is about twice what you will pay for the replacement battery for your 9.6V model, but it may be worth it for the extra power.

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  • nate474 Dec 29, 2017

    DeWalt has changed the URL for their parts store. You can find B&D parts here now.



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