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My miwaukee v28 battery will no longer charge ?[out of warranty]

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These batteries are fully warrantied for two years or 1000 charges,whichever comes first. On years 3-5 the battery is pro rated until 2000 charges. This applies to the v28 and v18 products only. The warranty his handled through the local Milwaukee Service Centers.

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Unfourtanatly there is not a great deal of things you can do for a dead battery .I would make sure it is the battery and not the charger before i bite the bullet and buy another

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