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devicelab

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So I had this battery on an XPR7550 and it wasn't powered on for a few months. I went to charge it and am seeing a fast blinking red light. Charger stickers says "unchargeable" and no matter what it's always coming up blinking red. I haven't had much experience with failing batteries but is the charger telling me it's off to battery heaven?

I think this battery came with one of my XPR radios. It's dated mid-2017 so I guess that makes sense. No idea what its usage life was like...
 

chrismol1

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Leave it on the charger overnight, see if it starts itself up again. I've had that work for a few dormant batteries. I've also do this, when it starts blinking red take it off and reinsert into the charger quickly a handful of times, see if you every get it to stay red for even a second longer. Rinse and repeat and sometimes it will get enough in it to start up again. You can try jump starting them. sometimes "jump start" a dead battery with a few sec of slightly higher voltage, so it might go into the charge process again
 
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