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Worx wg780 mower stopped working

We used it once this season, after being stored for the winter. We charged the battery b4 we stored it back in Nov, but didn't charge it at all during the winter. When we brought it out this spring we plugged it in and charged it for 48 hours. It ran fine the first time but after that use we plugged it in and when we went to use it again 2 weeks later it did nothing, no sound or movement what so ever.

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Could be.Those batteries leak charge even when not in use.I would let it go for 24-48 hours just to be sure.Unless the batteries or charger becomes very hot.

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Your battery is shot. I had one of these, the batteries are really cheap and don't last long. If you can afford it, ditch the Worx and buy a quality trimmer at your local hardware store. If you are short on cash you can buy new batteries online.

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The battery is overheating and is shutting down as a safety measure. If allowed to continue overheating, you risk it becoming a fire hazard.

You will need to replace the battery and dispose of this one accordingly.

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The battery is defective.

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