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O& ..)& '''ho 7... 007 I see his movies are old and so is your battery. Break down and buy a new and charge it to full capacity replace the battery
Buy the heavy duty isf there is. and when you store it when not in use ut the battery in the freezer. When you want it thaw it out and put a charge to it for a good practice and install
you could take it apart just be careful, when you take a part off put the screws next to the part were they were when they were on there, on the mainboard on the edge there are fuses that have letters on them i cant remember but it might be four fuses that are white with black writing either h or j on them look closely you have to use a ohm meter put it to sound and check each one when you dont get a beeping sound then that could be your problem or a flex might have come loose thats really all you could do.