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18889Re: Batteries not charging

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  • harryturner2002
    Jul 18, 2014
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      Sometimes you can reset the error call on this by disconnecting the charging socket 3 wire yellow cable. It just pulls off the connectors board without having to remove the body.

      Make sure the control panel is connected then put a fully charged battery into the mower.

      The 'check power' error message will be displayed.

      Pull the battery out, reconnect the yellow cable and then put the battery back in.

      Don't have a charger plugged into the charging socket.

      If that doesn't work then there's a charging circuit fault on the board which can't be fixed, but the mower will still work normally, so just use an external charger.

      Modern SLA gel batteries will last longer using an external trickle charger anyway.
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