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My unit would not hold a charge and now will not run even if plugged in? Bob Scott

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Please advise repair shop in the 19087 area or Philadelphia, PA area as my Remington 9500 still does not work after it had been cleaned and charged. Thank you.

Posted on Jun 19, 2010

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Sounds like a short circuit in the charging side

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