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HT1250 charger issue

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2009KVFD976

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Hello all, i have a motorola HT1250 VHF radio. It came with a WWH-HNN-9008R battery and it was working and charging just fine... Til i got another battery HNN9010A and dropped it in the charger. It will sometimes light red for a few seconds (if it even comes in at all) or stay red and then goes off. it works fine with my other battery sometimes (it sometimes does the same thing). Ive already unplugged it and plugged it back in, but nothing... Is it possible my charger is fried?? Or did i do it by placing a different battery in it? I used to leave the radio on while it was charging, but was told not to do it anymore. So i turned it off before charging.
 

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Is it a Motorola battery on the HNN9010? What is the date code? Purchased new or used?
Also, the charger the AAHTN3000 series, rapid intelli charger or aftermarket?
Going from NiCD to NiMH chemistry shouldnt be the issue in a charger. Some aftermarkets have issues going to Lithium.
 
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