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aeg 12 volt battery for ASBE 16 HELP!!!

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by shiznit76, 12 Jan 2007.

  1. shiznit76

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    Can anyone tell me where i can get a replacment battery for my AEG ASBE 16 drill? it is a 12volt 1.4Ah recharge battery but cant seem to find one anywhere, HELP!!!!
     
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    thanks lad's but neither suitable, anyone else?
     
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    These are held in stock by;
    A & M Electric Tools Ltd
    Medina House
    Fieldhouse Lane
    Bucks
    GB
    Tel +44 1628 894449

    The full part number is

    4 932 311 646
     
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    Hi I have exactly the same machine. Did you ever get any response that you could use to buy a new battery? (accu 2000 12 Volt 1,4 Ah 311646)

    regards
    thomas
     
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    no he didn't. he also asked that question 18 months ago

    his last post on here was in November 2007

    please note forum rule 6
     
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    ROFLMAO!!!

    Come on Breezer, its hardly a hijack!

    He was actually aslking & hoping that the OP might reply.

    Searching for and reusing old threads is actually required on many forums.
     
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    fraid it is ( a high jack)

    thak01 added his query to some one elses post. that is a hi-jack.

    I understand why he did it, but as i pointed out the OP stopped posting in november 2007 so the probability of the OP replying is slim.

    Had thak01 had of not hi jacked the post and just made a new post everything would have been ok, but thak01 cant do that now, since forum rule 5 says
    so if thak01 asks again he / she will be breaking forum rules 5 & 6

    Thats what makes this forum so good, its got some odd rules that other forums dont have, but they do seem to work.
     
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    so its a pointless having the search facility then?having peeps complain that the question has been asked countless times before,just keep posting taking up room on the forum,imo he is asking a question to the op aswell as everyone else.
     
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    you said that, i didn't

    quite often you will find people will say i have seached but can not find the exact answer (or words to that effect)

    also most just post with out searching.

    i am only pointing out the fact that thak01 broke forum rule 6, and the probability of the OP replying to his question after some 9 months of no posts is slim to say the least. I also only pointed out that the question was aksed 18 months ago
     
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    Have I broken any rules yet ?? :D

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    not familiar with your aeg asbe drill , but i work in batteries. a 12 volt 1.4mah is a common battery.
    It must be ni-cd at 1.4mah.
    can you post a picture of it. I can get any shape or configuration,or if you wish bump it up to ni-mh to 2000 or better keeping your 12volt.
     
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    So give me a clue which rule I broke ?? :confused: Surely posting a link to somewhere they can get one of these batteries is valid ??
     
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