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Have two worx 20v batteries that are fully charged but when I use them they stop giving power to my trimmer and blower. I have had these for more than two years. Why do the batteries got out?

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Some battery types are not very durable.

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The WORX WG250 hedge trimmer incorporates an 18-volt 1.7 Ah Ni-Cd battery pack. You can use this battery pack with other WORX Ni-CD PowerShare tools. The included charger takes about an hour to restore a dead battery to full charge.


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  • Wall mount bracket
  • 3 position adjustable front handle
  • overmould soft grip for user comfort
  • Quick release handle
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  • Volts: 18
  • Blade length: 510mm
  • Cutting capacity: 14mm
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it sounds like the battery has seen better days. a battery will get a "memory" and after while it could fully charged as far as the charger know but only hold a little charge. with the advices in batteries they shouldn't do this but they all do wear out of time. I would get a new battery, and everything should be just fine. With the any new rechargeable battery you want to make sure that you charge it completely and drain it the whole way before recharging.
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I used my Worx trimmer successfully last season. This spring when I went to use it, it would not hold a charge. The light shows green on the charger but the trimmer only works for about a minute before...


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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I hate to have to break the news to you, but it probably never will. The batteries sold with the Worx trimmers are very cheap. I recommend either buying a few extra batteries and keeping them all charged so you can finish the job or buying a gas or plug in trimmer.

I had one of these last year and there is just no way you are going to get any more out of it. Sorry.

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I don't think there's anything wrong with this. 5hrs for a high current tool is actually really good! A quality 18v drill can only drive a few hundred screws at most before needing recharging. And that might be 30 mins...

Personally, I recharge all my tools after each use. The charger for this item will have a 'trickle charge' when the battery is fully charged. This will keep it topped off, and ready for use. It won't hurt the battery to keep it fully charged at all times.

Hope this helps!

If this has helped with your solution please give me the appropriate thumbs up. Thanks, and good luck!

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