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Re: battery not charging
First of all check for at least 12 volts from the battery and the charger, you can test this using a multimeter, if the battery doesn't show any volts, lift up one side of the blue plastic housing on the top and verify that both the positive and negative wires are plugged in
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Sometimes, the charger will overheat and fail. Try unplugging the charger overnight, plug it back in the next morning, then place the battery in the charger after waiting a few moments. Normally, this will correct the charging discrepancy.
You are fully charged. As you use up your charge the red line will get smaller from right to left and when you get down to 2-3 lights you need to recharge. If you use your scooter daily then recharge every night plug in when you goto bed unplug in the morning and you are good to go. if you do this the batteries should last ya 2-3 years. Hope this helps
Willis try plugging in the charger and charging overnite tonite. In the morning check the charge and see if you get more than 3 bars. Also look at the charger light and see if it has turned green. If it is green then the lights should all be lit, if not then you could have received a bad battery. after charging all nite bring the scooter to the place that serviced it for you and have them check the batteries to make sure that they pass a load test (do not try to drive the scooter they need to check the batteries with a full charge) If the batteries check out ok then you will have to have them check the charger and replace the charger if necessary. Hope this helps you
Eduardo After using your chair and the battery level lights are down with yellow or red lights showing just plug the chair into the wall socket and let er rip. Now really after using your chair during the day and you are ready for bed just plug in the charger and let it charge over night. In the morning unplug the charger and you should be set for the day. If you don't use the chair everyday always put it up with a full charge and about once a week plug it in and let it charge overnight. Never leave the chair plugged in all the time and never leave it for more that 24 hours. The charger has two lights on it one red and one yellow or green that are hard to see because they are under the rear cover. When the chair is fully charged the yellow light turns green and you can unplug the charger and you should have a full charge. Hope this helps you
No JJR all the plugs need to remain plugged in. On the Pride chairs the light on the charger will only come on green when the batteries are fully charged. When you unplug the controller the charger thinks the batteries are fully charged and the light comes on. Now the problem is the batteries. If they are old or you have a bad battery then the charger never senses a full charge so no green light. Hope this helps
If the laptop battery is more than 3 - 4 years old then the battery could be worn out. Rechargeable batteries have a finite number of charge and discharge cycles and will lose their charge capacity over time, i.e. won't charge to 100% and gradually the charge reduces until the battery won't charge up at all. OR The battery shows a 100% charge but when the adapter is disconnected the battery drops off to zero capacity in a very short time. If the battery drops to an unacceptable charge level then the battery needs to be replaced.
You should have a light on the notebook indicating that the power supply is plugged in (this should come on with or without the laptop being turned on). My acer has a green light for power, and the battery indicator shows amber for charging and green for full. If you are not seeing the power or charging indicators, you either have a damaged power jack, or a damaged power supply. Power supplies can be purchased usually for fairly cheap online, but if your power jack is damaged, the laptop will have to be serviced by a service center, or by someone who is skilled with a soldering iron and the disassembly and reassembly of laptops.
Its likely the batteries will take at least several hours to fully charge, if not more. NiCad batteries are slow charging and usually need 4-6 hours for a full charge. Keep them on longer or even overnight but make sure you remove them in the morning. You will probably find the light turns green after 4-6 hours of charging. If lights stay yellow and green after 12 hours of charging, it may indicate a fault in the battery itself where it will not accept a charge.
Let it charge without anything plugged in to the outlets for at least 8 hours. Then, test the battery voltage again. If you still get less than 11.5 volts on either of the batteries, it's time for a new set. It's recommended that you replace both as the other one, even with a reading of 12 volts, is going to fail very soon. The UPS is trying to charge the batteries to get both batteries, as a pair, to 24 volts. It will continously charge them until it gets there (which won't happen if it's a bad battery) and you'll burn out the new one you just replaced. You can new batteries at www.batteryinternational.com for a fraction of the cost of a new UPS. Hope this helps.
Hi, when u get power on of your laptop .u seen Red/orange light blink 4 times on front panel.it means your laptop battery is not getting charge.please get charge for minimum 6to 8 hrs & then try to on .if y u laptop battery is get charge u r laptop will started on (also confirm your A/c adapter is working .green light is display on front panel it indicates charging on )