Question about Makita Garden
To make a complaint you need to contact Makita at link below. If you are nice to them and tell them the problem they will replace the batteries for free. They did it with me 2 years ago.
Here is the link.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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This applies to Li-ion. NiCd is probably somewhat different.
Unscrew four security screws on the bottom of the battery. If you don't have the right bit you can grind down the center pins in the screw heads and use a T15 bit.
Unscrew the hex-head screw in the center of the protruding post at the top of the battery. It may be non-standard in size but a small metric hex key wrench works if you are gentle. The four corners of the battery cover should be loose now.
There are still two plastic clips holding the top cover to the main unit near the centers of the long dimensions. Gently push a knife blade into the crack between bottom and top to release the clip on each side.
As you lift the top cover off you should push down on the contacts near the top of the post so you don't pull on the attaching wires. Eventually the contacts should pop free and the top cover detaches.
Detach the wiring harness for the status LED from the circuit board. You can now remove the combined circuit board and battery pack from the lower case.
Six screws attach the circuit board to the battery assembly, along with several solder connections, but you probably don't need to go this far. You can now test and possibly replace individual cells.
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