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I have a Milwaukee m12 impact driver and I absolutely love it the torque is comparable to my 20v dewalt unfortunately the last couple of days I can not get my batteries to charge the charger shows the solid red light indicating that it is charging unfortunately that's the extent of it I can leave it on the charger for 8 hours and if still only shows the red light and put on the impact it gives me the same charge level as when I put it on the charger

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If the battery is older than 1 year replace the battery with a new one , also I know its difficult but try to not charge a battery till its dead , short cycle charging of battery's kills em fast if battery is less than 1yr contact Milwaukee its still under warranty

Posted on May 27, 2016

Testimonial: "The impact was new at Christmas time last year I do not short cycle charge the batteries I run them until they will no longer turn the screws but will still barely turn the Chuck with no pressure and this is happening with both of the batteries that I have and happened at the same time very odd"

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