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Aqua-Vu Batteries?


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I was just wondering: 2 or 3 years ago i bought the Aqua-Vu Scout when it was fairly new. It has the 5 inch screen and is in a gimble bracket on top of a blue battery box that you also wrap the cord around. It works practically like the new ones. Recently, however, I've been having problems with the battery and want to purchase a new one. The battery is a 12-volt but is practically a square cube shape. Looking on the HSOforum i couldn't find that sort of battery. Anyone know if those batteries can still be purchased or if there is any sort of rebate or recall available? Anyone else have this problem? Any info would help. Thanks


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I have the same unit I scrapped that battery this year when I purchased the power tower and now I can run the camera all day, a radio, vexilar and my lights in my shack all from the power tower's bank of 3, 9 amp batteries. A little heavy to carry if you don't have a sled or wheeler.

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