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Battery charger not charging battery - Bosch PB10-CD Radio/CD Boombox

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  • krzysztof Dec 14, 2008

    i try charge battery and show mi low battery

  • Anonymous Apr 26, 2009

    I have the same problem, at first I thought it was the batteries so I went out and bought a charger and low and behold batteries were fine. I've switched to Rigid and had much better luck, bosch might make some quality stuff but that radio fell short in my opinion.

  • Anonymous Apr 27, 2009

    I have the same problem with my Bosch Radio and I tried contacting the company and they told me the Bosch Radio is unserviceable in other words if its broke they wont fix it. So unless you can find someone outside of bosch to work on it its just an over priced GFCI.

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Contact the company by website. i have heard too many problems with this unit. it might be recalled

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