Question about Worx 10" 18v 2 In 1 Grass Trimmer/In Line Edger
I initially charged the battery over nite and used it for about 30minutes. I charged it the same the 2nd time and it ran about 20 minutes. I didnt use it again for about 2wks, and just kept the battery on the charger.I tried to use it today and it ran for about 2 minutes so I put it back on the charger and the light turned from red to green in about an hour but lasted onbly abouy a minute.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can determine exactly what is going on by using a small handheld voltmeter. They are inexpensive, easy to use and come in very handy. Just test the output of the charger (after noting what the volt-output-rating is) by touching the leads of the meter to the terminals on the charger. If the charger is working at all, this is not a dangerous test. Conversely, test the output of your batteries by touching the leads of the voltmeter to the terminals on them. I suspect the charger is bad because after they overheat, they quit working and some don't last very long. I don't think YOU are doing anything wrong, just maybe the companies that manufacture these 2 electrical products are.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
SOURCE: charger light blinks red never
Worx has had issues with their chargers and their batteries. They don't seem to last as long as the machine does. A simple voltmeter test of the charger and any battery will tell the story. The charger's output rating should be printed on it and the battery also. Touch test leads from voltmeter to the two and check.
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
SOURCE: I put the battery on
This could be either a bad charger, a bad battery or with any luck at all just simply dirty contacts on either one. With the charger unplugged, try cleaning the contacts with a pencil eraser. Clean the battery contacts as well with the pencil eraser. You may need to trim the eraser so it hits on the contacts nicely. If you have any WD40, use a little bit of it on the contacts to get rid of excess residue. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 23, 2010
SOURCE: My battery is less than
Usually batteries are not covered under a warranty, IF they worked in the beginning. It has a lot to do how it was stored in the winter, it could have been your problem and not the batteries.
Posted on Jun 01, 2011
SOURCE: I have three 18v lithium
The batteries are dead, if you do a bit of searching you will find out that these batteries all die very quickly. Unfortunately they are very cheap and will never last very long. I highly recommend buying a different trimmer, the Worx trimmer will always cause you problems, they are just plain cheap.
Posted on Jun 06, 2011
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