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My model 3024-4.8 vdc batteries will not hold a charge anymore. can I replace the batteries?

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We have a scunci recharge cordless wet-dry vac model # 52033. The battery does not charge. What can we do to fix this?


if the charger is working, and the battery does not hold a charge for very long, you will need a replacement battery. this is the most likely problem. if the battery does not charge at all it may well be the charger and you will need to replace that. hope this helps

Jun 08, 2011 | Scunci 52033 Canister Wet/Dry Vacuum

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Will not hold a charge


if it will not hold a charge - then I would say that the battery is weak,old and bad and needs to be replaced. there is also a chance that the charger ityself is not putting out enough voltage to totally charge the battery. use a volt meter to check the charger and see if it is putting out the correct voltage,, if it is at the right voltage - then replace the battery.

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I have an Acuvibe 6002 messager with a Sanyo kr-1300sc 3 battery pack. It will no longer hold a charge. Where can I obtain a replacement pack?


I had the same problem. I found a replacement battery pack at Battery World Center 1032 E. Main St., Alhambra, CA 91801
626-576-8166
They replaced it for me for a total cost of $20.
Not sure where you are from. Hope they can help you. Maybe you can ship it to them for service? Good Luck. I love my Acuvibe 6002. There is nothing else like it anymore.

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My Generator Guardian by Generac 20K Model 0055060 now the battery charger for this unit the output voltage is 15.4 VDC Is this correct for this unit? Thanks Carmelo from Miami.


Hello ,this unit has a smart battery charger. This type of charger will charge at a higher voltage to maintain the battery by keeping the plates clean. Have you checked the charging voltage at various times to verify that the voltage is always at 15.7? The voltage should level off at around 14 volts. Also, try another voltmeter just to confirm the voltage. Some meters can read differently. I had a meter that did this for me and it drove me slightly nuts. I hope this helps.

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Brand new : battery charges to 60 minutes ( 8 hours)and by the next day is completely discharged.


It sounds like the battery has a faulty cell in the battery that never lets it hold a full charge or lets it bleed off. I would take it back and exchange it.

Could you provide a model number?? There may be some settings on the vacume that are continuing to use power even though it is not in use.

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Apr 11, 2010 | Vacuums

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I think the battery is not holding its charge anymore. The red (charging) light does change to green but only runs a few yards on leaving the dock.


You have dead nimh (nickle metal hydride) batteries2_bing.gif.
You will need a replacement. You can test for this by removing the battery and holding the power button for 15 seconds. This will restart the charging cycle as if the battery were new.

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Replacement battery for a Shark rechargeable sweeper


Sure, take a look on amazon for replacement.. here: Finally charging for our multi device world. I hope this was helpful. Cheers

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