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We are trying to locate the New Bright battery charger 19.2 volts model number AA87200078. Plus the re-chargable battery # NB50708E. We have twin boys and have to replace both sets. Are you able to assist. Many thanks. Bob Mason rsmason@snsngrem.co.uk

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I have purchased 2 remote controlled toy cars from Costco over the years. These New Bright batteris and charges last only a few charges, and then they go bad. I am disappointed. I will go to Walmart and buy a new battery and see if it works better, if not, i will return to Walmart.

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mcdevito75 here, You should be able to contact New Bright on line or with the paper work that came with the Land Rover.

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