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Battery charging Have charged unit's batteries for over 15 hours and charging indicator lights for both the internal backup battery and detachable 12 volt battery pack remain red indicating charge is not taking. Any suggestions appreciated.

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    Bulb glows only for 1 minute after charging for 36 hours.

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I assume that your charger work fain and suggest to change your battery cause its seem that its gone.

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