is a SpillBuster, which is the same as a DustBuster
except that it will also vacuum up liquids. I purchased
it a long time ago. After a few years the suction weakened
and you could hear the motor slow down after a minute of
use, so I stopped using it. Then it died.
searched the internet for a new battery, but there are none.
These units were designed to be thrown away when the battery
dies, so you have to buy a new one.
WHAT! You DON'T have
to buy a new dust buster. You can make your old DustBuster
work like new again by Resurrecting, Repairing, Reviving, Fixing, Rebuilding, or Renewing the battery!
NEW SECTION was just added
to the Battery Resurrection® Guide™
PRO Version, that shows you step by step how to repair or replace the
battery in a DustBuster, so
it will run like new again. If you can use a soldering iron
then you can fix your DustBuster!
will learn where to get free
used replacement batteries as well as where to buy new ones
and how to replace the old batteries in your DustBuster.
spent about $5 for brand new
cells and rebuilt the battery in about 30
minutes and now the SpillBuster shown above sucks
up everything - Just like new!
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