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The charger lead should have been connected to a Residual Current Device, or Earth Leakage Breaker that should have flipped the power off. There should be a reset button on the plug.
Charge the mower for 14 hours before initial use. Charge mower indoors in a dry area out of the weather. DO NOT charge in rain or wet locations. IMPORTANT: Use only the battery charger provided with this mower. Plug the battery charger into the battery first, and then into any standard 110/120 volt household electrical outlet. See Fig. 3-9 for B battery charging location. A C NOTE: If an extension cord is required, use one that is at least wire size 16 AWG. Connect the extension cord to charger before plugging extension cord into electrical outlet. NOTE: You may charge the battery with the battery removed from the mower. IMPORTANT: Always recharge battery fully. It takes 14 hours to recharge a completely discharged battery. A flashing light on the battery charger indicates the battery is less than 80 percent charged; a solid green light indicates the battery is 80 to 100 percent charged. A full charge will be achieved in less than 14 hours if the batteries were only partially discharged. NOTE: It is recommended that the mower be charged once every two months during storage. IMPORTANT: Always disconnect battery charger (or extension cord, if used) from the electrical outlet first, then disconnect battery charger from battery. NOTE: It is recommended that the mower be charged immediately after it has been discharged. Storing batteries in a discharged state could reduce future performance. WARNING: The battery contains corrosive fluid and toxic material - HANDLE WITH CARE. Keep away from children. Do not puncture, disassemble, mutilate, or incinerate. Explosive gases could be vented during charging or discharging. Use in a well ventilated area, away from sources of ignition.
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It is a 48 volt battery, so the charger for this is special. contact Cub Cadet direct for a replacement.
Posted on Aug 09, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have access to a voltmeter,put it on your battery then plug in the charger; if the voltage rises that will tell you that your charger is working.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
SOURCE: batteries are charged disconnected and used seperate charger thet had 3/4 charge to start with push start button nothing wheels locked but when charger is plugged in controller lights light up showing
it sounds like dead cel in one of the batteries, try having batteries loaded tested.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
They are made to be drained out of the dipstick hole. Warm the engine up and stop it,remove the spark plug cap, remove the dipstick and tip the mower to that side while placing a container under the dipstick filler. After draining, right the mower,refill with correct oil and quantity and remit the sparkplug cap. Regards Phil
Posted on Apr 17, 2011
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