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It a rechargeale. It will not charge. is there any way to dismantle it and replace the rechargeable batteries. ? There does not appearto be any screws to separate the two halves of the body. maybe teh

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What model...lots of recalled vacuums out there under recall for batteries. Can you solder ? The new batteries WILL have to be soldered. Can you get someone to read voltage of the piece you plug into the wall ?

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