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Your Rechargeable batteries (built in) could have been dead..and needs to be replaced.
Normally they die in 2 to 3 years depending on the frequency of usage.
Generally there are 2 ea AA size NiMH rechargeable batteries soldered into the main frame .
It is not a pro business to replace it but it needs some electronic hand man involvement to replace them.Good luck..

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