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XPR 7350e IMPRES Battery

Ghost90able

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i picked up some second hand radios, They didn't come with chargers so I had to buy two online. The issue is these batteries haven't been charged in a while and when I put them in the charger the light is solid green suggesting they are full. If I let them sit will the charger trickle charge them and allow a rapid charge?. Ive followed the one youtube video on jumping it with 10v to try and convince it to charge but with no luck. The batteries read at 1 volt.
 

K2NEC

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Are these OEM Motorola chargers? At 1v they aren't holding a charge. You should look into buying new batteries if you intend on using these radios long-term
 

Ghost90able

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Are these OEM Motorola chargers? At 1v they aren't holding a charge. You should look into buying new batteries if you intend on using these radios long-term
They are knock off chargers, im going to return them and buy genuine chargers and batteries from a local motorola dealer near me. I shouldn't have even wasted my time lol.
 
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