Question about Black & Decker Husky 750w Power Inverter
What is most likely occurring is that the unit is overheating and then is being shut down by the protection circuitry, this is a common thing on a device such as this at the age it is. That also fits with the exact symptoms you describe.
The ONLY remedy is to get the unit serviced, however it may cost more to repair, than it is worth to replace? What you need to do is obtain a "Quote" first and go from there.
Contact a Black & Decker local or head office, and ask for a referral to a Husky, authorized service center, now when here FIRST ask for that "Quote" only, and once you have been appraised, make your mind up as to repair or replace?
Posted on Jun 17, 2011
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