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Battery If the battery is fully charged, it'll only work for 2 hours before it's depleted. Is this normal or do I need to change the battery? Please I need assistance regarding this matter.

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The battery on this model tends to last between 2 to 4 hrs dependant on use. Does yours only work uoto about 2 hrs or does it sometimes last longer? If the battery is more tham 5 years old it MAY be worth changing.

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