This article covers how to check your battery and charger for your cordless lawnmower.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Charging the battery pack
To ensure the best performance, charge the battery completely before first use. Make sure the mains voltage is the same as rating label which is located on the charger. Remove the battery pack from the charger after it has been fully charged.
- Connect the charger to a power supply. The red LED light on the charger will be on.
- To insert the battery pack into the charger, align the grooves on the battery pack with the raised ribs in the opening of the charger. Then press the battery pack downward with moderate force. (There is a carrying handle at the top of the battery pack. Lift the handle up for easy-transporting.)
- Once the battery pack is correctly located in the charger, the green LED light of the charger will flash continuously during normal charging, while the red LED light is still on.
- When charging is complete, both the green and red LED lights of the charger will be on.
- If the red LED light flashes, this refers to poor connection between charger and battery pack. Check the adapter cable. It could also be a fault with the battery pack. If under warranty, the battery pack will need to be returned to customer service centre for repairs, or replaced.
Indicator on battery:
- When you push the power indicator button, the green LED lights will show the power remaining.
- When the battery pack over discharges or the power is very low, the red LED light will flash.
- When the battery pack temperature is exceeded, the red LED light will flash. Cool it down for 10~20 minutes.
- When there is a fault with the battery pack, the red LED light will flash.
- Once the battery pack is correctly positioned in the charger, the 4 green LED lights of the battery pack will flash to indicate the charging process. The green LED light of the charger will flash continuously during normal charging, while the red LED light remains on.
NOTE - low capacity info for Li-ion battery:
Unlike other battery pack types, lithium-ion battery packs deliver fade-free power for their entire run time. The tool will not experience a slow, gradual loss of power as you work. If the red LED on the battery pack begins to flash, the battery pack’s charge is below 1% capacity and should be recharged.