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How old are they? You can expect one year out of these batteries, and that is about it. I have boxes full of dead batteries, hoping they will be worth something someday as rare chemicals. No, just saving up for a trip to the recycling bin. But every year I buy a new set, mark the with a sharpie, that is how I know they only last a year, because I have been doing it for 10 years. Hope this helps.

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I have an 18v Milwaukee drill. Can I use a 28v charger to charge the 18v battery


Generally, When your have the 18V milwaukee drill, you had better to use the same voltage battery charger to charge the battery. it will be more safe.
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I charge my batteries but when I use them they go dead very fast


Your batteries no longer hold charge as deeply as they once were capable. Typical symptom of rechargeable batteries. You need to replace them.

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I have 4 Milwaukee 28v tools and 4 batteries. Lately when using the sawzall or circular saw, with any of my fully charged batteries the tools stall after only a minute or two of use and the battery...


Your batteries are at the end of their rope and need to be replaced. All batteries die, some sooner, some later. And if you do not maintain them in a manner consistent with directions they will fail sooner!

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My 28v milwaukee batteries do not last any time and they are only a couple of years old


Unfortunately even rechargable batteries have a limited lifespan. Two years is good, if you get three years out of one you're doing very well. Lifespan is determined by how much you use then, how many recharges you put on them and how far down you drain them between charges. The more power you take out of a battery before charging it back up the better. Also, there are no repairable parts inside a battery and no way to recondition them once they're worn out. Sorry, not what you want to hear, but the only fix is to buy a new battery.

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Why my 28v doesn't fully charge. when charging indicator light is red. there is 4 charge indicator. when it reach 2 green light comes on showing fully charged. you would use it for about 20 minutes and...


One or more cells of the battery have gone bad. The technique of measuring the state of charge of the battery is VERY limited.

I would recommend letting the battery cool after charging... THEN in a day, charge it again without using it. Do this for several days and see if the battery improves. If not, time for new battery.

DO NOT discharge these batteries beyond the point where the tool starts to slow down. You will reverse charge the weakest cell from the ones still deliveing power and the reverse charge will permanently damage the weakest cell.

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Can I fixed my old 18v milwaukee battery. Jack


what is wrong with it? If it is dead usually there is nothing that can be done, if it is melted you can try cleaning the contacts and looking for a loose connection. Let me know and I will try and help

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I have 28v milwaukee tool kit and the batteries, both of them, went out at the same time. Strange! Upon charging the light on the charger blinks red and green. The batteries will not charge. Whats up with...


you can try and unplug the charger for a couple minutes and then retry. I have a LiIon at work and sometimes it does it also, if not then the batterys would probably be bad, I would contact Milwaukeetool.com and see about warranty replacement for these. They have a good warranty on the newer products.

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Battery drains quickly. Loses charge when plugged


Sounds like you need a battery. The key here is that the battery is losing charge while it is supposed to be charging. Works like a car battery, even if the alternator is working 100%, if the battery is pooched, the car won't start.

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Milwaukee 28v battery problems


Take a look for warranty, and contact them ... If your warranty is out of date, than you must get new one. The best place is amazon for sure, Milwaukee 48 11 2830 M28 Lithium Ion Battery Pack. Hope this was helpful, cheers
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Milwaukee 28V Lithiom-Ion Battery loses power in storage


It is not recommended to leave the battery installed in the drill while not in use. The system of the drill will eventually pull the battery down, especially if the battery has had a lot of use. When the battery begins to weaken it will not hold its charge as long.

If you haven't, try charging the battery, 24 hours max and then keep it detached from the drill for several weeks. Then try it aand see how much power you have left. If it is low or depleted, battery is weak.

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