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Have a p103 battery that was in the p113 charger overnight and don't think it ever got out of the testing phase. The only difference was that the red light would flash about 5 or 6 times then stay on steady for a couple seconds then back to flashing. Kept repeating this sequence. Took a while for this sequence to start. Green light never came on. Tried putting the battery in 3 different times all at room temperature. A p104 and a nicad battery both charged fine. Am I correct in assuming the p103 battery is bad? The charger and p103 and 104 batteries are all reconditioned and right out of the box.Thanks for the help. Greg

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If you are sure your charger is working properly then your one battery may be shot.. i even had a new battery quit charging and had to replace it. they do not come cheap.

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SOURCE: Can I leave my Ryobi P113 charger with a P103

Yes you can that is an automatic charger when it is fully charged it shuts down the charging portion but keeps the charged light lit however this does not effect the battery.

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If you have a P100 NiCad battery, the charger for that will not charge the new Lithium Ion P103 or P104 batteries. You need a specialised Ryobi Lithium Ion battery charger like this one

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Red "testing" light comes on when a battery is inserted and flashes continuously. Green light does not come on.


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What Ryobi batteries p103 or p104 will a battery charger that came with my p100 batteries charge? Or will the charger work with these batteries?


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You need to have the charger tested, if you know that batteries are good then what else could it be. This LIon charger has a logic circuit in it like a computer.

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Can I leave my Ryobi P113 charger with a P103 battery inserted in it for an indefinite amount of time with the charger plugged in, without doing damage to the battery or charger? Thank you. Phil


Yes you can that is an automatic charger when it is fully charged it shuts down the charging portion but keeps the charged light lit however this does not effect the battery.

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