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Deb If it ran all the way down (less than 10 volts per battery) then the charger probably won't bring it back up to where they need to be. You know that you will have to replace both batteries. Now if Medicare bought her chair they will pay for most of the cost of the new batteries. Contact the provider that sold your mom's chair to her and ask them to check her batteries and replace them with new ones. They should also check her charger to make sure its operating correctly. Please see my tip on proper charging of batteries Hope this helps you
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