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HOW TO CLEAN STOVE and OVEN GRATES in 5 SECONDS! :
I love this dust buster
Thank you so much for this video! I have the same vac with exact same issue. This is so helpful, and will save me from buying a new vac. Will give it a try!
Thank you so much! I have this exact model and the full charge lasts less than 5 minutes (if that!). Will be doing this mod =D
If you could show the reassembly this video would be perfect. I was able to put it back together by going back to the beginning and watching the disassemble. Overall wonderful video and I thank you! This just saved me the cost of a new vacuum. Ours had been ran without the filter and cat hair wrapped around the motor. Using compressed air and a pick with the help of this video I was able to fix. Thanks again!!
Very helpful. My vac only had 3 batteries, spot-welds to break, and each was at 3.96v. Makes me wonder if I should have tried to do a few cycles of full charge/ full discharge first to recover? Will look for a manual charge/discharge method before replacing.
i replaced all 4 batteries with the LG HG2 series 18650 cells, they have more continuous amp output and 3000mah capacity, quite a bit more than what came in the vacuum. it should be able to run harder for longer. so far seems to work fine.
Some would say you should change all batteries together to keep the set working maximally.
Great video! Why not put a reference to it on Amazon - people would thank you and the rating will probably smooth out. As apart from the battery issue the vac seems to be a good one
Very helpful....and awesome video.....great job and thank you.
Very helpful. Wouldn't have known how to spec the batteries.
Cool video. Nice instructions. I was looking to buy batteries for $12 but the vaccum now costs $40 and they have better 18v out now
Thanks for this well-done video. I had a very hard time with this repair, though it worked eventually. I think it is best left for people who are pretty skilled with electrical repairs. The cost of the replacement batteries, the amount of time needed, and the possibility of failure makes it something I can't recommend for amateurs like me, especially since a new unit is not that expensive. Here are some problems I had, and some suggestions. First, this unit was not designed to be easily repaired. Parts can come out when it is opened. Take photos when you first get the case open so you will know where the parts and wires go in case they come loose. Note and take photos of the polarities of the batteries and label the case with pluses and minuses. It was difficult for me to get the old batteries out. Others have commented that they are spot welded on, not soldered. I couldn't get them out neatly by trying to pop them loose with a screwdriver, and even using a soldering iron it was very difficult to get the old batteries out, and I have read that the heat of soldering may damage lithium batteries. The thin metal connectors got damaged in the removal process. My attempt at soldering the connectors back to the new batteries did not work at all well, and bends in the connectors as well as lumpy solder made it impossible for me to fit the batteries back in the battery case neatly. It was very difficult for me to fit the outside case back together tightly. After the repair, the unit would not start, leading me to think that the repair had failed. However, after further tightening the screws on the case, and charging the new batteries for several hours, it does now run well. Satisfying, but to me it was not worth the time and frustration. It is helpful to read all of the section titled "How to replace your battery pack." I changed all four batteries. Changing just one bad one would make the repair easier. It might take a minute for the bad cell to feel warm after running the vacuum a few times, in the test for the bad cell.
If you are going to replace 18650’s use class A brands like Panasonic, LG, Samsung, Sony and don’t mix the brands replace all with same style brand if you have the money to pay for them but you can just refresh the existing batteries with a good charging unit like the Opus it allows you to discharge them and refresh them back to perfect working conditions.
Well made easy to use
I absolutely love this thing for cleaning all flooring surfaces
What exact type of solder did you use in soldering it back on and did you use a soldering paste?I tried doing this job recently and even make a video about it, it was a struggle to get my regular lead to stick to the top of the batteries especially the (-) side.
Hey so I found your video helpful and informative and I'm going to be grabbing myself a multimeter and some replacement batteries, but I just wanted to briefly ask:
HEADPHONE WARNING: beware 3.20 in is a loud vacuum noise.
You really don't want to replace one battery in a series like that. It doesn't look like it's balance charging, which is half your problem. 3.4volts is not failed but it's under charged. If you charged that battery up manually and put it back in, it would have helped. All batteries being at 3.6 volts though means your whole pack was dead. They should read 4.2 volts fully charged. Anyway and ultrafire batteries are the worst. Those are panasonic or LG cells already installed and they are high quality batteries and should be replaced with like.