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Take out the batteries and clean contacts with alcohol and a Q-tip the long ones like a doctor uses are better. If the batteries are more
than two years old I would replace them. I take it that this camera
probably uses AA. Reg. Alkaline batteries would be alright just to
try it with if you get it working then I would put a set of lithium batteries in it as these last far longer.You can also buy rechargeable AA batteries. If it has a lithium L-Ion rechargeable battery pack and it
is several years old you may want to buy a new one for it. There is
several reasonable sellers on Ebay with the proper battery for your camera. If this don't solve your problem I would say the camera is done. In my experience these new cameras just don't last as long as the old manual film cameras.
I guess you've solved this by now, sounds like you need new batteries if the mower lacks power after trying to recharge. There are two sealed lead acid 12-volt batteries connected together on this mower to provide the 24 volts of power. These are the same batteries that are commonly used on rechargeable power wheelchairs and scooters. So you could find them at a Durable Medical Equipment company. The last two times I bought them, I got them from a DME company where I used to work. I also looked into buying them over the internet. Just make sure the replacement batteries are the same size and specs. You could burn out your on-board charger by continuing to charge batteries that are shot. I did this a few years ago with my 315.370270. Since then I have been charging the batteries with my portable Craftsman charger. The 12-volt batteries last about 3-5 years. I have had my mulcher since 1995 and have replaced the batteries about four times. This is the best mower I've ever owned. I'm going to retire it this year, if you're interested in it for spare parts.
Chargers will out last batteries by a long time.You will need to get a new battery. Black & Decker is a cheap household brand and does not hold up for long periods of time. I have better brands and buy several new batteries every year.
Unfortunately, this is not unusual with rechargeable batteries. The best thing you can do with a rechargeable battery is to fully and completely discharge it, and then recharge it fully. After that, there's nothing else you can do except buy a new battery. You can get brand new, unbranded ones on eBay for a fraction of branded ones, and they work great. Just buy from a seller with a good reputation, and you can't lose. I usually buy multiples and never run out of battery power this way.
Battery is probably dead. Will need to purchase new one, not repairable. When replacing, do not buy "new" battery that has been sitting around on a shelf for several years. Will have much shorter life. Insist on battery that has been made within the last year, maybe 18 months at most. Expect to pay $50 to $125. To increase battery life, try not the let them fully discharge when using. Most recommendations are keeping them above 10% charge.
don't buy a new battery yet. you can reset the battery by charging for 16 hours, if this does not work, you need to take the battery out, push and hold the power button on your roomba for at least 15 seconds then reinstall the battery. plug in the charger directly to roomba not the docking station and charge until the battery light on the roomba is green. do not interrupt the battery charging cycle. after, leave the roomba charging for an additional 3 days or 72 hours. after, run roomba in max mode and run it till the battery is completely depleted. this will improve the battery overtime by charging again for 72 hours and depleting the battery. do this 3 or 4 times. and the battery should get better
Yeah, computer batteries though they look fancy, they just have fancy covers. If you were to open one you'd find a bunch of what look to be perfectly ordinary rechargeable batteries all soldered together in trays. Lots of them are made with AA and AAA rechargeables. Just like any rechargeable battery they are only good for about 300 cycles before they start to loose some of their capacity. Just like a cell phone battery they need to be replaced periodically usually every 2.5 to 3 years. Your computer doesn't care who made your battery and there are several much less expensive alternatives to your name brand battery. Take the model number off of your battery and google it you'll find replacement batteries for much less. Just make sure your computer is listed in the 'compatable with' listing on the site and buy from a seller with a good rating.
Make sure that whatever game you are playing (ie: Wii Fit) is fully loaded before pressing the power button.
If the light continues to go off, you may need to re-sync your Wii Fit balance board to the console. To do this, load Wii Fit, and when the program is running, press the red button inside the battery cover. Immediately press the same type of red button inside the panel on the Wii located between the eject and reset buttons (on the face).
If these steps don't work, try fresh new alkaline batteries and repeat.
Note that there have been lots of complaints using rechargable batteries. I've had the same alkalines in my unit for 3 months now. If insistent on using rechargables, I suggest buying several of the same battery and a quick (15 minute or 1 hr) charger as opposed to ANY after-market recharging product. It will be cheaper and more reliable.
The motor is fine, what happens is that the internal battery loses the ability to fully charge and run the motor for a long period of time. While you "could" change the battery out with a newer one using solder, it's unlikely that it would cost less than buying a newer model at the store or from ebay. The average life of good shavers made a few years ago was about 3-5 years due to the type of batteries in it. I used mine with a charging cord for a while but that became an issue once while traveling. I bought a new one.