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  1. Dylan Lie

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    Hey guys, the battery of my rechargable lamp has died on me and I've been trying to locate a new one without any luck. I don't know exactly what battery it is but I hope someone is able to tell me what to buy, with the information I've gathered about it.

    -The size of the battery is 65mm x 21mm x 33mm.
    -The charger says 13AMP, 250V if thats of any help.

    I've also put a lot of images up. Please let me know what you all think! Thanks so much

    [Mod note --- got rid of the excess images]
     
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  2. Colin Mitchell

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    Yes I know you have. Yes I know you have. Yes I know you have. Yes I know you have. Yes I know you have.
    The charger is a 13 amp PLUG TOP. The charger is a 13 amp PLUG TOP. The charger is a 13 amp PLUG TOP. The charger is a 13 amp PLUG TOP.
    I think you should not touch ANYTHING. I think you should not touch ANYTHING. I think you should not touch ANYTHING. I think you should not touch ANYTHING.
    If I knew as much as you, I would go and take the dog for a walk.
     
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  3. ramussons

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    You posted the pictures 3 times.
    Colin got bugged. :D
     
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  4. mal007

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    Hey folks, just come back to this forum after some time being off.
    Would have thought that the closest bet, would be to look at the OUTPUT info for the charger? Even then, you're best off taking the info from the battery?
    My guess is it's a 12v or 9v batt?
     
  5. Audioguru

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    How do you know that the battery has failed and not the charger?
    The plug says [nothing[/b] about the charging circuit or the battery.
    The battery should say on it its voltage, its capacity in mA hours and its chemistry (Ni-cad, Ni-MH or Lithium).
     
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  6. mal007

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    Audioguru has a good point, and I know it's kind of besides the point, but can't help noticing those terminals on the battery look a bit odd, almost as if they've had wires de-soldered from them or something?
     
  7. davenn

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    as others have said, your pics give no info as to the charger or battery type

    show us what else goes between that plug and the battery
    At the moment we have no info with which to help you
     
  8. ag273n

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    how about hook-up a multimeter (set to DC) to the output of the charger (Charger, not that white socket adapter)
    the voltage of the batter should be just a little lower than that.
    -like how on cellphones do. - a 5.5V battery is being charged by a 6v charger
     
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