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New battaeries willnot hold charge

Just put in new batteries two days ago. They will not charge. Outlet is live.

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Sounds like you have a bad charger. If you have access to a volt meter you can set it to volts DC put the meter to the batteries then plug in the charger. If the volts go up on the meter after you plug in the charger is working ok. 

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