Then today I cleared the snow again and following the cleanup, I placed that battery in the charger again, and again, it will not take a charge. The 40 volt lithium-ion shown fully charged (press the ? Sounds like a faulty charger to me. Click here to see Amazon’s selection of Ryobi 40V Batteries and Chargers. Is it the release button?? Could that be the issue? When I took the battery apart and measured on the board from the CL1- soldered connection to the Bat+ terminal connection on the board, I measure 41volts. (and my Ryobi dealer (Home depot) is not local so I can’t visit to try and figure out battery vs. Dirt on the terminals can be removed with a wire brush or an alcohol-soaked wipe. Cutting Width: 16 inches. It happened to my sister’s weed eater. Arron my Ryobi charger shows solid red the battery has no charge and the light stays red when i try to use the weed eater it goes for a second then stops then goes the again any suggestions will be nice I tried the solution #3, out & in for 30 minutes, but the red & green lights keep flashing. It sounds like your batteries may have gone into sleep mode. Well each time you insert the battery into the charger, it gives it a small amount of charge before detecting the battery as sleeping. The first one showed as faulty on the charger. Sounds like a battery that has just gotten old and tired. They seem to be ok if I take the batteries out right after they are fully charged. It charges according to the the charger lights. I bought a new battery. I have 18 volt Dewalt batteries that I have left in the charger for a few weeks with never a problem. What is the model number of your charger and battery? 00 / each. A problem occurs when you use it till its empty of charge, then let it sit for some months. I have the same problem Victor. Not an overheating problem as the batteries do not get hot.. seems like a current issue. I tightened the bolts on both sides (added a few drops of blue Locktite to prevent them from coming loose again). Thanks for sharing your insight. Charger Included. Not sure to be honest. But it is possible that for some reason the battery has lost all of its charge causing it to enter sleep mode. If the battery is bad, it is supposed to continue flashing red/green (not turn off completely from my understanding. There are ways to attempt to fix this problem; take a look at the possible fixes below. I can find a replacement for you if you like. After I put the battery in, it was still flashing red lihgt and not charging. I put my 2.6Ah battery in the charger and it flashed green and finally solid green. How does the voltage measure on it? On the top you can get to it to remove but there are several rather large solder connections that you will have to unsolder in order to get remove the board to get to the bottom of it. Excellent article. Try using a star bit to tighten up the handle connection. Sorry I can’t be more specific but it’s hard to tell without testing a few things. I find it odd and am tired of purchasing a charger every 2 months. If I then put it back on the weed eater it will do the same thing. My Ryobi 40v charger is flashing red and green with no battery in it. Any ideas appreciated. But best to double check your manual. I want to replace them. I may end up using some of the tips for a battery I have. The problem here with Ryobi 40V chargers, is that they don’t incorporate a “boost” feature that would allow a a battery that has entered sleep mode to be woken up again. My Ryobi drill battery has always been dead when I pull it out to use it no matter when I fully charged it from steady red to steady green. Bought new batteries, same result. Ok, have a ryobi hedge trimmer, 40v. Best bet is to give the manufacturer a call and find out. Thinking the circuit board must be bad, but interested in your thoughts. I have this exact same problem. Time to get a new one I reckon! I would think that it is most likely a charger fault…. I have a 36v 2.6ah Ryobi battery. Frustrated. I bought a Ryobi line trimmer that has a 40V lithium ion battery and charger. So while we all love the Li-Ion technology of modern day batteries, it does have some problems that older styles of battery didnt have to worry about. We finally got the battery unstuck but it wasn't an easy ordeal. If it is a strength issue, then you might need to ask a friend or a neighbor for help? Is the Ryobi One + String trimmer 18 volt 13″ String Trimmer / Edger have the same battery or has design changed so it is easier to remove from trimmer? I will have to view them for I definitely don't want this to happen again. Hi, Check battery fuel gauge, 3 lights illuminate. You can see a video guide on how to do this here. YOUR WEBSITE JUST SAVED MY BUTT!!! I had tried option 3 but the battery still couldn’t charge. Ryobi 40V battery (96 Wh), 3 years old, will charge. I picked up one of these units. It didn’t even flash green, just went to solid green right away with no indication on the end of the battery that it’s charged and when put into the weed eater…didn’t run. Let’s take a look at the most common Ryobi 40V battery problems and how to fix them. 4 years is pretty good out of a battery these days! That’s a tough one – it could be the battery or the actually trimmer itself. the battery was incredibly tricky to remove and so I came online to see if it was a regular problem for people,.. ah ah.. so after fully charging the battery over night i set out this morning . Battery Included. Cutting Width: 20 inches. I have a 40 volt 5 ah Ryobi battery. The battery will be 4 year old in 3 weeks. Aaron you are the expert. So let me ask you, if my battery is dead, is there no other way to bring it back to life, short of re-building the parts, which I have no knowledge of? If you’re going to cut anything more than a small city lot, you need a brushless motor to extend the runtime in a cordless lawn mower. I have a 40 volt Ryobi that displays a 100% charge, but only has 19 volts on the terminals. Have you checked the battery terminals? Not sure why it would display 100% charge, and have 40 volts on the terminals, but still not power anything. Using international brand LG batteries cell, the same as OEM batteries. Don't just press on the part of the button you can see. Did this for about 30 minutes while cutting the lawn several times. Here is our list of recommended non-genuine parts: Pricing last updated on 2020-12-02 at 08:02 / affiliate links - Details. Petrol-powered mowers are better for larger lawns or longer grasses but require a bit more maintenance. Some are great and work well, others are not worth the time or the money. Is it the charger? How can correct this? Hey Alan, unfortunately if you don’t feel like replacing the individual cells and/or the circuit board in the battery then there is no magical way to revive them – apart from those I mentioned in the article. I take no responsibility for take risks with lithium batteries . So I have a battery that I am trying to charge from being completely dead, the charging dock is blinking red for testing, and after awhile the battery itself is now blinking on the screen that shows battery power. You’ll find the perfect option in our wide range of easy to use lawn mowers. Hi Aaron, I think you are the expert I should ask my question. Is there no other way to reserrect the battery? On the bad battery, the green status lights do not function at all anymore. I then tried to put it back into the charger and it goes straight to solid green. The RYOBI 40V System is the most convenient way to transition from gas to cordless for all of your lawn and garden needs. It went through a complete charge and now I know not to let the battery completely drain. At all. When I test the battery in the trimmer it works for 2 to 5 seconds and then dies??? When the charger is empty and first plugged in, it showed flashing red light ( the manual says it should be steady red light). Can they be bled down to zero? Compatible with all Ryobi 40 Volt lithium-ion tools RY40200 RY40403 RY40204 RY40530 RY40460 RY40180 RY40250 and Ryobi 40 volt lithium battery chargers OP403A OP401A OP406A P137A OP404A ZROP401A OP400A RY40440. The new charger didn’t work! I would say its likely that it is a dead battery. my Ryobi trimmer stopped working after the string coiled up twice, jamming in between. Matter of fact, the OP40501 is 5.0aH, so it’s 20% better than the original. Any ideas? The green light on the charger and battery flash for hours without charging the battery. I have two chargers and three batteries (multiple Ryobi 40 v. Hi Aaron, Hi Emily, I would suggest contacting support for this one. Thanks a bunch! op. 40-Volt Brushless Lithium-Ion Cordless Battery Walk Behind Push Lawn Mower 6.0 Ah Battery/Charger Included. When I press the button on the battery all green lights work but go out when button released Aaron that these cost more than the appliance to replace. I had the same problem last year with the charger if I left it plugged in while I was out using the tool when I came back the lights would be off. I have a 40 v mower with 2 batteries about 4 yrs. what is a good indicator to recycle this current battery and purchase a replacement? Garage is not heated and I just went out and saw that the charger was red. Will keep you posted if the “wakeup” process worked. I picked it up second hand. Battery had 12.5V. Hahaha! The battery works to start the mower but once you turn the mower off, if you go to restart the mower you have to pull the battery out and reinstall it for it to work? Well it is going to be cold the next few days and maybe a little snow of I am lucky. I pressed the button on the battery to see if It was fully charged and nothing lit up. Did you try the any of the methods listed in the article? when I disassembled them all but one had some blue green corrosion on both the top and bottom of several connection points on the board. So I grabbed the batter from the weed whacker and the drill didn’t work either. All batteries were only a few months old and the charger less then a year old. Hi, Aaron! I have had two of my batteries get stuck in my lawn mower over the last two weeks, and I think it’s a common problem that I’ve seen other people in the comments mention. Or what is the actual “key” do doing step 3? Sounds very similar to an overheating problem. That is usually a sign that the battery has had it. I left it in for a couple hours and still nothing. . my battery is a 2016 battery and it will not charge. Removing and then replacing the battery does not cause the charger to wake up. Unfortunately, if fix 3 isn’t working for you then you may just have a dead battery. Press the button on the battery and hold it in, then pull on the battery and in the opposite direction, pull on the tool. Hi Sherm thanks for the comment. Just trying to find a quick fix, so I don’t have to purchase a new or used battery! This time the flashing red light quickly turned into flashing green light for a couple of seconds than came the alternating red and green light. I am willing to try just about anything. I believe it would be solid green? Check that the contacts on your charger and battery are clean and look to be where they are meant to be. I use it for my snow blower, which only gets used a few times a year. If you have access to a Pace solder station or something similar you can get the board removed but otherwise…..? Re: ryobi battery stuck! since there are no flashing lights, I didn’t think any of the solutions you offered would apply. Is the battery getting hot? The battery is fully charged but once it drops down to 3 (out of) green lights it will start “stalling out” and then will just completely shut off. Thanks. Charger Not Included ... RYOBI 20 in. Why does this work? You may have the same problem. I saw one source online that showed the hook up, but it was for a ryobi 40v but the main board inside was constructed different than the board in mine. The new battery works fine in either tool. Should I keep trying to slide it in & out of the charger until the charger recoginizes the battery? Is there a fix for this? The included battery and charger are compatible with any of the Ryobi 40-Volt tools. You'll hear a click and it will slide right out. I left it unplugged for a few days and it’s still flashing red & green. RYOBI continues to lead the industry in cordless mower innovation with their third generation 40V 20 -inch Brushless Push Mower. Don’t do this if not comfortable with electronic. Came across this thread because I was having the same problem after using the Ryobi lawnmower for the first time today. The battery works as expected. My guess is that there is something wrong with the tool. Replacement for Ryobi 40 Volt Lithium Battery/Ryobi 40 Volt Battery OP4050A, Rechargeable Lithium Battery Type, 40V Voltage, 6000 mAh Capacity: Ideal for Ryobi 40V Blowers, Mowers, Weed Eater, Trimmer, and Chain Saws, etc. If you press the charge indicator on the battery (? Thank you for your help comments. Consumers found that the mower has exceptionally good battery run time, a must for a cordless mower. So if that is the case, what’s my answer? When it went to solid green I took the battery out of the charger and pressed the button at the end of the battery to indicate how much charge it has and it doesn’t display anything at all. Also I need to reduce that charging power (currently 80W – even 300W on fast charger not to modify). I tried drying the battery out in the sun but no luck getting it to charge. Still doesn’t make sense logically – but am going with their recommendation to replace battery. Free Shipping over $49 . Not only did option 3 work for me on my 40V Ryobi but it also worked on my 18V milwaukee red lithium! I am equally unsure why the battery initially showed 100% with 40 volts across the terminals, but now only has 19 volts and still shows 100%. ernie. By ower speed ,I mean somewhere between half power and full power. I have removed the hold down screw but need advice on replacing the post (removal mostly). This could be a tricky one to diagnose. Still showing full charge. I’ve just build up my knowledge over the years. The reason I ask is because I discovered the bag, when full, jumped out of the connection slot every time I turned the mower around. Thanks. So I tested, ohmed the wiring, switch, and motor of the trimmer with all components testing good. The indicator lights on the battery show depleted charge, but it isn’t completely dead – I used the weed eater briefly, but it had slowed power. The entire unit, battery and weed eater are both in exceptional condition. I have two Ryobi 40 volt Lith to run a chainsaw, 1 battery shows fully charged both on the charger and on the lights on the battery but will not even try to run the saw, the second battery shows defective on the charger ( red & green Lights flashing) with only one light on on the battery but runs the saw just fine. Same here and it’s a relatively new battery. SOLUTION i was gifted a Ryobi 36v mower and then purchased the battery and the charger . charger.) My 40v batteries fuel gauge stopped working a week or so ago. Or does it have to be discarded at this point? We have a ryobi lawn mower that we have owned and operated for over two years but when we tried to pull out the battery to recharged it we found it is stuck. More info here. Hi, Aaron! If you need your replacement Ryobi 40V battery parts in a hurry, then you will want to head straight down to the closest supplier and buy it locally. Have you tried option 3? It sounds like the battery is not being charged – or possibly even that the charger is not detecting that a battery is plugged into it at all. When I plug in my Ryobi 40V Lithium Ion battery charger without the battery attached it has a solid red light. On top of that, it's fairly safe to say that Ryobi RY40190 is a more popular lawn mower, based on its reviews. Or if I had another charger from a different manufacturer with the correct voltage does anyone know what the electrical connections are inside the battery that need to be connected to. Suggestions. It took about seven minutes of this until…voila! I put in on the trimmer and nothing happens at all. I just had the same problem with my Ryobi cordless battery. It has been sitting in my garage for several months, so the idea of “sleeping” makes since but it does not seem to take the charge from the other battery. No light nothing. The only thing that I can think of is that you have accidentally bumped one of the contacts out of place? Contacted Ryobi. Hi Vincent, Sorry but I am not sure. My Ryobi trimmer/edger stopped working. Hi Christine, the manual should tell you how to get it out. Hi DG, The battery still works for a few seconds. Alternatively, use the contact form here or ask in our Facebook group. After 4 minutes I put it in the good charger and it fully charged! In theory the batteries should be fine to sit in the charger. Do you think I got a defective charger or a defective battery? I’m thrilled to say the Ryobi is charging now, and truly thanks to you! 40v fuel gage says the battery is full. Then try charging the battery again – this may be enough to kick the battery back into life. I appreciate your feedback, Aaron. I’m so stoked! If it is under warranty still then there should be no problem – you can find more details here: https://www.ryobitools.com/outdoor/support/batteries, Hello Aaron. I have a couple of these batteries that are faulty. Whats the model? To me it seems like the battery might be going into a protection mode for some reason? Glad it worked for you! 99 / each. It took a lot of patience (a good 15 minutes), but worth the time inserting and removing the 40 volt battery. Thanks. I got a Ryobi 36v charger BCL3620S. Page 12 NOTE: Always stop mower, allow blades to completely For complete charging instructions, refer to the Operator’s stop, remove the start key and remove the battery pack Manuals for your RYOBI battery pack and charger models. Eventually, this results in enough charge for the battery charger to resume normal charging operation. Fantastic, I plugged my battery in and unplugged it 3 times and now it is fully charged. I have a 40v Ryobi battery than when plugged into the charger the charger light stays green but the battery doesn’t charge. I have another one that charges to 2 notches and I can use if for a bit, but when it dies, it still shows 2 notches. Have you tried the methods in the article? its not the charger because i have another battery and it charges fine. Best regards. I’m going to try your recovery method (they’re Li ion, so the procedure should be the same) but I was I have arthritis in my hands and it is very difficult if not impossible to remove the battery from trimmer. My 4Ah battery three contact post has a badly corroded positive (largest) contact that has gotten hot and has partially melted the plastic so badly that the whole post needs replacement. Also, no questions asked. Then I tried plugged in the charger with the battery already in it. Ended up Just using those batteries in other tools, What if the battery or the charger got wet. Thanks for the update. I have a bit of a problem. Then after a couple of minutes it started working and I was able to get finished. I would appreciate your comments. EGO. I have two batteries so have had them hooked together as described for over one hour with no results. I want to charge my battery using an inverter and small solar panel. Amazon has it here. bought new rebuilt charger. Hi Bill, if your batteries are too hot or cold then they may not take charge until the temperature normalizes. If I pull battery out and put back in it runs for less than a minute again and repeat. See Store Availability. We had to take a large part of the mower apart but we got it fixed. I am having trouble removing the battery from my Ryobi weed cutter. I had a similar issue. I habe a 40v ryobi battery than when plugged into the charger the charger light stays green but the battery doesn’t charge nor work in any tool. Use a DC power supply set at the same voltage as the battery and connect the positive output to the positive battery terminal and the negative output to the negative battery terminal. Thanks for your help! My 40 volt Ryobi battery is only a couple years old so I went on line to try to see if anyone else has had the red/green flashing kiss of death charging problem which led me to your site. I am going to try this tonight or tomorrow and will get back with you. I purchased the 40V Ryobi 20-inch lawn mower last April. And yes, I’m guilty of leaving it on the charger way too long. When not under load the battery reads 38 volts once again. Put it back on the charger to get back to full, start trimming again and it does the same thing. I bought a Ryobi OP4026 40v battery, charger, and a couple of weed eaters at a yard sale. Any suggestions? Unfortunately you probably need to get a new battery. Will not operate mower. Press in the release button all the way and PULL HARD. Not sure if the cold has anything to do with it? If one battery needs to power the drive and the motor, it’s non-negotiable. Thanks in advance, Larry Green. still not working, any suggestions? Now the charger flashes red and green as soon as it’s plugged in, without even having a battery mounted on it. after trying #3 I still have a battery the charger indicates is ready for use, only to get a second of power from the tool you sent. if this is the quality of your items, I would like to return the tool and get a refund. Put it apart and charge each bank with 4.1 Volts. Hi Lynn, The Ryobi 20 inch 40-Volt Brushless mower exceeded the expectations of many users. Hi Ken, 40W should be perfect even if that take more time to fill. Can that be fixed. I put it in the charger, all I get is the red power on light. Thanks for letting me know. View Details. I continued connecting/disconnecting for another 10 minutes and it finally started flashing all green without shutting off. What could be the problem ? Well that indicated it could be the charger? Hi Sharon, Sorry but it does sound more like a charger issue to me. Thanks, again! These are common symptoms. When I plug the charger into the wall, the red light comes on. Charger Included. does this mean it is stuffed? Nice job saved me the cost a new battery. Thanks for the suggestion I just now got your message. It certainly can! I did take about 30 minutes, (a little less), but it did. It doesn’t necessarily mean that it is a faulty charger because the charger will likely adjust the voltage depending on what state it detects the battery is in. Unfortunately, if none of these solutions solve your Ryobi 40V battery problems then it is likely you have one of two problems: Either your battery is faulty, or your charger is faulty. Thanks! Is there any sign of life from the trimmer at all? It doesnt make sense to me as to why it would make a.difference but I’ll try. RY40LM30 ... 40V 16" MOWER WITH 4AH BATTERY & CHARGER. Is there a chance for recovery. I tried all options but none worked. I put a Ryobi cordless lawn mower to the test for this review. old one battery works fine the other stops with 1/2 charge showing on the indicator can it be fixed or should i replace it ? I left them in the charger several hours just to see if the lights were incorrect but the voltage stayed around 19. My 40 volt lawnmower is cutting out with a battery level over half. I hate to think I will have to purchase another $400-$500 lawn mower all because we can't get our battery out to recharge it. Sounds like you could have a faulty charger! When I put the battery in the trimmer is does not work. I put the battery on and off the charge about 20 times. When it is under load on my leaf blower the battery quickly reads below 10 volts. This is extremely discouraging being the lawn mower isn't showing signs of age yet and would expect better from ryobi. Unfortunately, electronics and water don’t mix. battery charger green light stays on with battery in dock. But when put into the charger the red/green lights flash indicating a defective battery. Yes David we have a OP40261 2.6Ah battery doing exactly what you say. I then checked voltages of the battery as follows: When it came time to do yard work (April) the charger worked fine. RYOBI 20 in. 90-day money back and a 12 months limited warranty! Ryobi 40V Brushless Push Mower – Greener Lawn If you need to mow a lawn and hate the mess, smell, and noise of gas lawn mowers, an electric, battery-operated lawnmower might be in your future. Haven’t tested that out. with my 40v battery. Now a week later when the battery is placed in the charger the light stays solid green and never flashes. I was told my existing battery is still under warranty – I will pursue a replacement as well. This is one of those topics that has experts divided. The RYOBI 40-Volt 20-inch cordless mower is one of the best electric lawn mowers for homeowners with small lawns who have limited storage but need efficient cutting power. Charger using 230VAC for Fast or Slow speed (depend on model). But hey it was still good soldering practice! Could be a dodgy connection between the board and the terminals aswell.. Comply with FCC RoHS and CE security testing standards, If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Is it charging correctly? Do I just leave the battery in the charger all the time? With its various power-saving features, ease of use and mobility, the mower gained mostly praise from owners. If it is reasonably new, then it would be best to get both checked under warranty. Out of Stock Online . I don’t get any lights on battery or charger when I plug them in. Pricing last updated on 2020-12-02 at 08:02 / affiliate links – Details, Use an Electric Air Pump as a Compressed Air Alternative, Herbs That Repel Roaches – A Natural Roach Repellent, http://batteryuniversity.com/learn/article/how_to_prime_batteries, https://www.ryobitools.com/outdoor/support/batteries, https://www.ryobitools.com/power-tools/support/contact. Also the battery is nos accepting any charge. Available for a few hundred dollars, the Ryobi 20-inch 40V Battery Lawn Mower won’t break the bank or nickel and dime you with the cost of fuel, oil, and spark plugs! ... RYOBI 20-inch 40V Lawn Mower Side Discharge Accessory (192) $39. Wondering what it could be? Put in charger all lights on battery come on, one flashing, and charger green light flashes for a minute then goes solid green—full charge. My charger APPEARS to be charging – green lights flashing on both charger and battery – however, the battery is not charging above the current level. I have the ryobi mower with 2 batteries. I put a multi meter on the + and – terminals on my 40v charger and it is only putting out 26ish volts. As you suspected my OP4026 40v lithium-ion battery is faulty (around 4 year old), I replace it with a new fully charged 40V4.0AH but the trimmer/edger is still not working. Any advice? Hey this is Sam Peters. But would certainly be interested in hearing about your results if you try it. This time it did not work. The trimmer is not defective as I tried a spare battery and the trimmer works. Problem solved. I had same problem with generic batteries in my Ryobi mower, runs for less than a minute and cuts off. I just pulled out my 10 month old 40v battery lawn mower (April now). The best way to test which is the faulty part, is to take your battery down to your local store that sells Ryobi 40V tools and try it on one of their chargers. See Store Availability. You should be able to let your battery completely drain if it is used regularly. DEWALT. If they can’t be cleaned up sufficiently then you should replace the battery. I haven't seen the other videos you mention. It seemed to be stuck. I volunteer my help and opinions, but you are responsible for what. All four lights illuminate after charging. hank you. Thats great news! took 15-20 min. It’s showing 19 volts more or less with a volt meter. Thank you very much for this fix that reallyworks. How can I get the bottom part of the battery to work? The first thing I would check is if the contacts on the mower or the battery are dirty. I have a battery ryobi trimmer with attachments. If you want to ask my advice directly, feel free to send me an email at aaron (at) www.essentialhomeandgarden.com or leave a comment below and I will do what I can to help. I had a similar issue. How old is it? Thanks but don't think I want a rock garden for a yard in which my dogs play. We also have a second OP40261 battery functioning normally. A forum community dedicated to Do it yourself-ers and home improvement enthusiasts. Just bought a Ryobi 40v cordless hedger. RYOBI specializes in making pro-featured power tools and outdoor products truly affordable. Thanks. Sounds like a tricky one. Some people say that you dont need to condition Li-Ion batteries, others say you do. I just told the dude that answered the phone that one of my two batteries was showing RED/GREEN flashing on charger. You could try testing the output voltage with a multimeter to see if there is voltage present. But neither were plugged in at the time. First, the battery indicator on the battery does not work. The weed whacker is older than the drill, the drill is not even a year since I bought it. Does it happen only in hotter weather? Thank you very much! Do i need to make any connectino to the other terminals marked T ? Voltage measured between +ve and -ve terminals :33.9V When I place it in the charger there are still 3 solid green lights with the 4th flashing green which goes continuous green eventually, so you have 4 solid green lights, then it goes through the sequence again as described above. I havent tried this. Give it a try! Seems like a memory issue. through ignorance I repeatedly pressed the lever after it first stopped, result is battery works for about 4-5 minutes then stops restarts when I press lever again, eventually stops working. My batteries stop functioning after they are only about 60-70$ discharged in my mower, weeder, and edger. Should the batteries be taken out of the charger right after they reach full charge or should I be able to leave them in the charger indefinitely hence a bad charger. My husband is so discouraged he is ready to give up so I need any and all suggestions please. A reasonable shown voltage can be a over-discharge battery. So I hooked one of the motors directly to the battery leads, nothing again. They should have new chargers in stock to test your battery on to work out which is at fault. Did you ever get it fixed? Hey Roy. My battery is 4 months old and won’t charge. This is commonly known as the battery being in “sleep mode”. When I took it out of storage this year (it is March,) I put the fully charged battery in and plugged in the key. I would doubt if it was used more than once or twice.
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