Username Post: Slice Help        (Topic#1567761)
TMccrory
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TMccrory

I love my Slice, but I haven't used it in awhile. The problem is when I went to plug it in and charge it up, I think the battery must be like totally dead because I have let it charge for a couple of days and nothing. I won't turn on at all. Does anyone know if there is somewhere or know of anywhere that I can purchase a new battery pack for it. I have tried to email Slice, but for some reason the website was not working to send them an email.


 
debby_westbrook
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In response to TMccrory

Mine did that... I couldn't get help from Making Memories because my machine was not under warranty.. I ended up buying another machine.


 
TMccrory
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TMccrory
In response to debby_westbrook

Ugh, well I guess I could do that. I can't believe that they could lose their charge like that but I guess its possible. Thanks


 
debby_westbrook
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In response to TMccrory

Sorry I couldn't help much...


 
southern lady
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southern lady
In response to debby_westbrook

i might have one seen i had to by a new slicer


 
TMccrory
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TMccrory
In response to southern lady

Well, I found a resolution to my Slice problem. I went and bought a new one at AC Moore and returned the disfunctional one!! I know, its not the right thing to do, but unfortunately when you don't have alot of cash rolling around, it was my only other option. I had wrote the company but never heard back from them at all.


 
Henri Jean
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In response to TMccrory

I always use mine plugged in so I don't know anything about the battery. Just as easy to plug it in to use it. I keep it in my scrap stuff packed up for crops so I never charge it.


 
RockStar
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  • Henri Jean Said:
I always use mine plugged in so I don't know anything about the battery. Just as easy to plug it in to use it. I keep it in my scrap stuff packed up for crops so I never charge it.



I do the same so I guess I wouldn't know if I had a dead battery.


 
pinkalicious
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In response to RockStar

Don't know if you still need help, but, take the battery and cord to Best Buy, they may have on similiar that you can use.


 
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