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I have makita 18 v lithium-ion when I try to charge the battery the green light and the red light starte flashing and the other battery when I try to charge it . It will make some kind of symphony than the red light flashes

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On my charger (DC18SC) alternating red and green dual flashes mean a defective battery.
http://ubermanuals.com/product/makita-dc18sc-8866 also same for the DC24SA

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