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It seems like the rechargable battery don't last long. I have an electric car and had it for maybe a yr now, and the battery is know longer good

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Shake the battery and if it sounds like there is sand in it then it is dried up, you can order a new one here

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I have a dirt devil easy lite for 6 mths maybe.. it charges all day and loses power after 30 seconds.. what is wrong with it.. I cant return it cause I dont have receipt or box

I don't know that vac specifically but it seems to be a low end hand held vac. There is no spec for the battery that I found. That usually means they use a cheap rechargeable and I think the problem is the battery. I would contact the mfr since it is less than a year old. They can verify that from the serial number. If you buy another one, look for a NiMH or a Li Ion battery pack. It will cost you more but it will last a lot longer. Hope that helps.

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My 1996 chevy cavalier it starts but you start to go somewhere it seems like it has no power the battery light is on the engine is on also does like little back fires after that then it will go then

Maybe faulty battery connection, Corrosion is another thing that can cause a bad connection to pop up. The same two ports mentioned earlier that can develop a loose connection can also develop a corroded connection.
As corrosion develops on the ports, the connection consistently grows weaker. There is less metal to metal contact and therefore it becomes harder for power to transfer from the battery to the starter.
If you're having battery problems, check your ports to see if they're corroded. If they are, you might think about cleaning them. Here's a good explanation and directions for how to clean battery posts.

If you've let your car sit idle for awhile without using it, usually at least two weeks or more, then your battery might have lost enough power that it can no longer start your engine.
After a battery starts a car, the alternator takes over and powers the electrical systems of the car and also recharges the battery, which we'll talk about next. As long as the car is being run fairly often the battery can be continuously recharged and ready for use.
But if the car isn't being run often, the battery will slowly drain over time and soon won't have enough juice to send the necessary voltage to the starter.
Battery problems can quickly arise from alternator problems. If your alternator is going bad, then it will no longer be able to charge your battery. You'll start your car, drive for awhile and your car will die.
The battery won't restart the car and you'll be stuck. Like I mentioned in the above point, the alternator powers almost all of the electrical systems of the car once the car is started and it recharges the battery as well.
So if your alternator is going bad, not only will your battery not recharge fully, but your car might die on you while driving because you aren't generating enough spark or other things in order to successfully run your vehicle.
Or maybe try a different battery.

Aug 09, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Hi! After a power outage my Little Giant SPBS-12 backup system sounded an alarm that wouldn't quit even after power was restored (it was only off for an hour). When unplugged the louder and more...

What is the age of the unit? Those batteries don't last forever and are constantly under a small charge. When the outage happened the battery discharged and the sensing circuit was able to tell that the battery was no longer any good.

Mar 29, 2017 | Little Giant 506400 SPBS-12 Pump

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Our motorhome battery that runs the house section drains within 2 hrs of use. it seems to drain the main battery which runs the motor as well. what can we do so this will last longer? we would liekt o run...

Your motorhome should have a converter in it. It takes 120 volts from the shore power hookup and converts it to 12 volts to run your heater and coach lights as well as recharging the house battery. You should make sure it is working properly. You should also have the house battery tested to make sure it's good. The engine battery should not connected to the house battery when the key is off. If it is there is a wiring or relay problem.

Apr 16, 2011 | Ford Econoline Cars & Trucks

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Not as powerful as it use to be

Your battery could be weakening. The batteries to these Roombas seem to only last about a year, before getting weak. It is recommended that you keep your Roomba in use a lot and also recharge it often to help the battery last longer. Seems strange to me, but that's what it says in the instructions. I haven't had mine very long yet, but I'm trying to follow what they say to keep my battery running longer than one year. Go to the website where they have an assortment of batteries available for you. Just be sure to get the correct one for your model.
Good Luck.

Mar 13, 2011 | iRobot Roomba 530 Robotic Vacuum

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Can I use rechargeable batteries?

If it requires AA or AAA,yes you can use rechargables,or I guess any type battery which is made rechargable.They seem to last a little longer too.I am so disappointed how fast my digital camera eats batteries that I am trying to sell it and repair my SLR.
Good luck! Greg

Aug 12, 2010 | Canon PowerShot S1 IS Digital Camera

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My 2 yr old Ixus 70 keps turning itself off.

How old is your battery? Keep in mind rechargeable Li-Ion batteries aren't meant to last more than a couple years, regardless of whether they've been used or not. If yours is as old as your camera, I think you know the answer. The good news is there are many inexpensive generic alternatives available these days. Some are very good, and vice versa. Research the buyer reviews before considering purchasing.

Nov 10, 2009 | Canon PowerShot SD550 / IXUS 750 Digital...

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Can I use an ordinary button cell in a seiko kinetic

I have been trained by a Master watch maker and I have worked on many Seiko Kinetic watches. Yes the original watches came with a capacitor that is charged by your arm movement. But unfortunately, they seem to only last a few years. All replacements are now done with a Lithium Ion battery that is much better and lasts longer than the original capacitor. This is the correct solution and don't try to use a battery type that is used in other quartz watches.

Oct 01, 2009 | Seiko Kinetic watch

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Batteries never seem to last in our camera. We have used all types of battery but only ever get about 20-25 pics, any suggestions? Can you also tell me where we can get an adaptor from

If you're using standard batteries, this sounds about right. Digital cameras **** down a great deal of power due to the multi-processors they use and all of the other electrical parts of the camera, such as the flash, exposure meter and lens functions. You can purchase Lithium-Ion batteries that are "AA" and rechargable. THe advantage of these batteries is a much longer life for the camera per charge and economy for you because you're not replacing batteries so often since these will be rechargable/reusable.

Jul 09, 2009 | Vivitar Vivicam 5388 Digital Camera

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What battery to put in the camera

You have a couple options. First you can buy lithium batteries, which are a little pricey, but they last a great deal longer in high tech devices such as digital cameras.

Second, you can buy rechargable batteries, which also last alot longer in cameras, and are worth the price because they can be reused!

Good luck!

Jan 15, 2008 | Canon PowerShot A520 Digital Camera

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