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Sounds like the batteries are dead.

Lead-acid batteries get PERMANENTLY damaged when you drain them all the way. It would be better for the batteries if you only used them half way and charge as soon as possible after each and every run. They like to be kept fully charged at all times.

Posted on Nov 22, 2010

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