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Red light flashing on charger


A red light indicates the charger is charging the battery, an amber light means it has switched from fast rate charging to trickle to keep the battery topped off, and green would mean the battery is completely charged. But don't be fooled waiting for green, many times the charger will only be on green for a moment before changing to amber and keeping the battery topped off.

Flashing can be a sign of a problem on some chargers.

A rapid flashing red can on some chargers indicate a bad or shorted battery, or a bad battery contact in the charger itself. If in question, try a different battery on the charger or compare with another charger to determine if the blinking is normal.

Best regards.

Nov 19, 2013 | Motorola htn9042a charger,120v,single unit

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RYOBI CHARGER RED AND GREEN FLASHING LIGHT


My charger blinks red and green but I've literally only used my chainsaw 4 times. It's less than a year old. It won't charge the battery. What could be the issue? Or can I take it back to home Depot and use the warranty? Any help will be welcome.

Jan 04, 2012 | Ryobi Multi-Volt Battery Charger

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My game only works when on charge. When the charger is pulled out the games turns off. When on the charger base there is a constant blinking green light.


  • That blinking green light means the rechargeable batteries are no longer holding a charge which is also why the unit shuts down when the power feed is removed. You just need a new set or rechargeable batteries is all. 4 AA (or LR6 depending where you are)

  • Please note that when the charger rapidly blinks green, in addition to the batteries that are failing, they can overheat and leak. Please, cease to use those batteries and take them to a recycle place before they begin to leak from trying to charge when they are not safe to charge anymore.

  • If you have any comments please feel free to leave them here.
  • Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa.
Regards,Tony

Oct 05, 2011 | LeapFrog LeapSter L-Max Console

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When is my battery charged, is it when the light flashes or when the light is solid green as i have lost the instructions


When you snap the Leapster into the charger, the green light should come on (solid green). When it has finished charging, the light should go out. I don't know why it would flash green aside from maybe a bad connection.
Hope this helps!

Mar 01, 2011 | LeapFrog ® Leapster®2 Recharging Station

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Yellow and green light are on but wont charge battery?


If both lights are on and both are flashing the charger is reading the battery as defective and the charger won't charge the battery. If the Red light (yellow if plastic is faded) is on and the green is flashing the charger is trying to charge the battery. If the battery won't charge replace it.

Dec 21, 2010 | Ryobi Multi-Volt Battery Charger

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My charger is flashing red when i place the battery in it


Ridgid charger lights read as follows: Solid red; charger has power. Flashing red; charger is evaluating the battery, checking if it's cool enough to charge and if it is in chargeable condition. If the battery is hot, i.e. just came off the tool after extended use, it won't charge the battery until it cools down. Flashing red & green; the battery is defective and the charger will not charge it. Solid red & flashing green; battery is charging. Solid green; battery is full.

Dec 07, 2010 | Ridgid Drills

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I have constant red and green flashing lights on my charger


The red and green flashing lights on a Ryobi charger is a dead battery, or defective, won't charge. I hope that is what you are talking about.

Nov 15, 2010 | Grinders

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My DMC-TZ3 battery charger green light is flashing, why ?.


I have the same problem. When I try to charge a battery the green LED onthe charger flashes green and the battery does not charge. Any ideas?

Jul 08, 2010 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3 Digital Camera

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Batteries don't charge. I have a new battery, and neither of the old or new batteries work in the charger. I get flashing lights only, sometimes red, sometimes green, but in the end, the battery isn't...


Dust getting in the charger is a problem, Try blowing it out with a moisture-free dust remover, found at most any store. Green flashing means improper power, due to dust or power from the outlet, try a differant wall outlet. Red flashing means the charger or battery is to hot and must cool down before it will charge. The charger will not charge a battery if the lights are flashing. Solid Red light means it is charging and solid green light means it is charged. Plug the charger in first before putting the battery on the charger. If the charger has been droped or hit the floor the coil inside could have broke loose and dammaged the charger requiring it to be replaced.

Jul 11, 2009 | Makita 12 Volt Cordless Drill/Driver Kit

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Treo 680 charging light flashes red when disconnected from charger


Have you activated phone yet? When phone is activated and in service it flashes green. It's hard to believe it would flash green without a SIM card, as there is no service...unless AT&T is providing emergency service only and you're getting a flashing green which means you're in range of their towers.

Jun 14, 2008 | Palm Treo 650 Handheld

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