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Battery Charger Help

The following is intended as an aid in determining whether the battery pack or the charger may be malfunctioning:
Problem
Battery pack does not
fit in charging pocket.
No battery pack in
charger, but any of the
LEDs are on.
Charger is plugged into
a live outlet, battery
pack is inserted, but
RED LED is OFF and
no other LEDs are on,
or all LEDs are off.
Charger is plugged into
a live outlet, battery
pack is inserted, but
RED LED is OFF and
no other LEDs are on,
or all LEDs are off.
Charger is plugged into
a live outlet, battery
pack is inserted, but
RED LED is OFF and
no other LEDs are on,
or all LEDs are off.
When you first put a
fully charged battery
pack in the charging
pocket, the RED LED
comes on, indicating
the battery pack is
charging.
LED is flashing RED at
any pocket.
LED is flashing RED at
any pocket.
Cause
Different manufacturer's battery pack,
or there is an object in the charging
pocket.
Dirt or foreign objects are in the
charging pocket.
Battery pack is not making contact
with battery charge terminals in the
charging pocket.
Faulty battery pack.
New battery pack, same result.
During the first few minutes, the
battery charger checks the battery
pack for correct voltage and charge
state. During this time the LED is
RED and is continuously ON. After
charging is complete, the LED is
GREEN.
Current could not be sourced through
the battery pack due to age,
exhaustion or damage to the cell(s).
The battery pack does not
communicate with the charger.
The charger's timeout period has
expired.
Check if the MX9 battery pack has Honeywell part number
MX9380BATT or MX9381BATT (Low Temperature) on the
label. If not, do not use.
Remove the object from the charging pocket.
Unplug charger from AC supply.
objects from the charging
remain ON, the charger may be defective. Return charger
to an authorized Honeywell service center.
Push battery pack in
firmly. Do not "slam" the battery pack
into the charging pocket.
Replace battery pack.
Contact
Technical Assistance
There is nothing wrong with the battery pack or charger.
Do not "top off" a fully charged battery pack by repeatedly
placing it in the charging pocket. The battery pack may
overheat and be damaged.
Contact
Technical Assistance
options.
Make sure that the battery pack temperature is within
specification and retry charging. Contact
Assistance
if problem repeats, for battery pack
replacement options.
Solution
Remove any dirt or foreign
pocket. If the LEDs continue to
for replacement options.
for battery pack replacement
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