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An update on the saga . . .They *finally* tested the charger this morning and told me it was working fine.I guess then maybe its the battery, so I'll be shipping that back soon for them to test . . .arggghhhhhhh
Oh dear. i almost bought a battery for the $50 robot from Onlybatterypacks.com. luckily before i did, i read this. i checked out another battery website found on this thread : http://www.all-battery.comi checked out their stuff. They have a sale on a battery pack which i think could be used for the $50 robot, it costs only ~$11. HOWEVER the shipping comes to a Massive $62.72 - and that's the cheapest option!Where can i get a battery suitable for the $50 robot (ill need a charger also) for a reasonable price with a reasonable shipping cost??
HOWEVER the shipping comes to a Massive $62.72 - and that's the cheapest option!
As stated before there is nothing wrong with the charger. Just like the battery you returned...nothing wrong with that either. We are not going to replace it.
We think that it would be advisable to go back to Carnegie and focus on getting a EE as you seem to be totally confused with the use of electricity.
QuoteWe think that it would be advisable to go back to Carnegie and focus on getting a EE as you seem to be totally confused with the use of electricity.and yea, no need to comment on that . . . time for me to buy a professional charger!