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For the 24V WA3218 Battery there is a 100A Littelfuse Part No 0498100 inside the battery cover. Need to remove 11 screws that hold on the top cover of the battery. Carefully lift the cover off and place to one side. Then you should see the Fuse between the two 12V 10AH batteries. The 100A fuse is held in place to the two battery wires terminals by two screws with washers & Nuts.
The two 12V 10AH batteries in these are Model 6 DZM-10. The size of each is H3.78" (96mm) L6.0" (152mm) W3.90" (99mm). The height is the actual battery body I measured, there is a clearance of about 1/2" needed at the top of the battery for the terminals. I did find a 12V 15AH replacement battery UBS 12150 ($37.50 3ea) that should fit inside fine and give you more capacity. But you can find plenty of 12v 10AH batteries of the right size for about $24 each. Worx factory solders on the wires to the battery terminals. So you'll need to cut them and fit some HD crimp terminals or unsolder & then re-solder them. Peter
Posted on Jun 17, 2013
Check this web site for breakdown, looks like from rear of mower it is on the right lower side of the battery. Did she run over the cord? Just asking the simple questions first. :) Is she sure the outlet was still supplying power? Plug in something else to try it, or check house fuse box.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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