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Is it okay to recharge the battery if it is not fully dead? Does it have a memory.

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How can it have a memory when it doesn't have brain? maybe you need to check your own memory

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I've read only charge if batty low low..not daily How do I know if it's low. Should be coveed under warrantee.


Virtually all cell phones have a battery charge indicator at the top of the screen. That will tell you when its getting low. As far as when to charge, older ni-cd and ni-mh batteries had a habit of getting a "memory" if you recharged them too often without fully discharging them. The memory would cause the battery life to be very short. Today, most cell phone use lithium ion batteries. These are much better and can be charged daily without much issue. The problem with waiting for the battery to fully discharge before recharging is you can be caught away from home with a dead phone. This defeats the whole purpose of having the phone. As far as being covered under warranty.....what are you trying to get replaced? Batteries, for the most part, are not covered under any warranty unless their failure causes damage to the phone itself. And if that happens the battery you are using had better be the one the manufacturer recommends or all bets are off.

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Can a dead battery be recharged and how


If you have a capable battery charger, then a dead battery can be recharged. I would suggest recharging the battery to the proper voltage and then letting it set for 24 hours. In 24 hours check the battery for the correct voltage. If it maintains the charge, then you should be okay to reinstall the battery. If it does not, then you may have a dead cell in the battery and it would need to be replaced. Video about How to Test Battery

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My Kodak Easyshare M575 digital camera will not turn on. It turns on okay without the battery while plugged to an electrical outlet. I've tried charging the battery and that doesn't work. The...


If unused for any length of time, rechargeable batteries lose their ability to retain a charge. Try it with a brand new, fully-charged battery. FWIW, I recharge all my camera and flashgun batteries monthly.

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Be sure to charge your batteries fully before installing them. If the batteries are non-rechargeable, dispose of the old batteries properly, and then replace them.
Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge/discharge cycles before they become exhausted. If your rechargeable batteries are dead after a full charge cycle, they may also need to be replaced.

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Two brand new Hitachi BSL1815X Lithium Batteries won't recharge (UC18YGSL charger and DS 18DSAL drill)


These batteries have big problems that Hitachi doesn't address very well. Unlike NiCad batteries, Lith-Ion ones must be periodically used and recharged to retain their battery functions, i.e. if they have been sitting on the shelf at a store for an extended period of time, chances are they will be dead when bought and will not accept a charge. If they go dead i.e. no little red light on the charger when you plug the battery unit in...it's basically junk.

If you can return them or exercise the warranty do so. If / when you get new ones DO NOT completely discharge them like you would NiCads. Lith-Ion batteries do not have the "battery memory" issues that NiCads have which means you don't lose running time if you don't fully discharge the battery unit prior to recharge. Completely discharging before recharge will ultimately kill them. Use the 1815X till almost dead and then charge it. It is also recommended Lith-Ion batteries not be stored fully charged i.e. charge the 1815X fully, drive a couple bolts or screws, remove the battery unit and then put it away. Do not leave battery unit plugged into the tool when you put the tool away. This will discharge and kill the battery unit.

There are non-Hitachi substitute batteries now on the market. I'm guessing the same precautions apply but I don't own one of the replacements so I don't truly know.

The actual batteries in the Hitachi BSL 1815X are Sanyo UR18650SAX lithium ion batteries. Lithium Ion cells aren't all that easy to get commercially because of handling & safety requirements. Not certain if you can take apart the 1815X and swap out the bad Sanyo cells.

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Both batteries show full charge but don't last 10 minutes. Only had the tool for less than a year.


rechargeable batteries can build a memory, if you use it say for 5 minutes and then put it back on the charger - then the next time you use it for 5 screws and put it back on the charge - see where I am going
Over time the rechargeable batteries "learn" they only have to work for 5 minutes ( dang my son was that way)
You need to fully drain them and recharge them fully several times might take 10 times.
We have a program in our shop that when you are done with a battery it goes in the flashlight until dead, dead, dead then to the charger. I have batteries that are 10 years old and still work almost like new.
You may have to replace yours but it is worth a try

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the battery's are most likely dead, (like the real dead) after many uses of rechargeable battery's they slow stop holding charge at all, make sure when you get a new rechargeable battery you fully charge it once and fully discharge it once this will increase batterys life time

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I was given a nice sony handycam camcorder. i was told the battery is probley dead


Batteries have a limited life even if they are constantly charged.
Leaving batteries in constant charge will limit their life by causing gas leakage. Once depleted, they must be replaced. There is also a small button battery that keeps unit memory up, if you do not use camera for months at a time, replace this battery also.
Ni-Cad batteries need to be refreshed ony once a month by discharging them fully, then recharging them fully for best performance to erase memory effect

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The way to properly break in a lithium Ion battery is to run it dead before you recharge it. Then fully recharge it and run it until it's dead again. Do this about 3-5 times and then the battery is properly broken in. If you charge it before it dies on a new battery you can build what they call a "memory" where the battery thinks it's fully charged however it's only maybe half charged and you will lose alot of life out of your battery. So make sure you properly break it in.

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Batteries are going dead within 5 min


What type of rechargables are you using? Ni-Cad are reputed to have a 'memory' so that if recharged whilst not fully run down this is accumulated so that only the new bit of charge is 'active'. So-put the batteries in a torch and leave it on until the batteries are completely flat, then recharge. And/or get a couple of sets of Ni-Mah rechargeable and a suitable charger and start afresh.

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