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My Ryobi one plus charger is blinking both red and green lights even when there is not a battery in it being charged. Is this easily fixable or a case of having to buy a new one? Thank you.

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I read online that someone fixed this problem by rotating the plug in the wall. Another person said that the terminals in the charger were a bit corroded and possibly bent so they caused the lights to flash.

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