Halo G6 battery charging issues?

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  1. zbug84

    zbug84 Full Member

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    I bought the G6 starter kit in early january and have been using both batts at least once every 2 days. Im starting to notice that when i put the batts in the wall/usb charger that the blue light dosent come on, but when i unscrew it to attempt to take a drag the blinking "you need to charge me" blue light.....

    Both batts are clearly dead but wont take a charge.....anyone have any triks i can try to fix this problem?
     
  2. mooreted

    mooreted Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Nothing you can do to make a bad battery charge.

    Do you have another charger? It's hard to believe two batteries would die in a couple of months.
     
  3. zbug84

    zbug84 Full Member

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    the only charger i have is the one that i got in the starter pack.
     
  4. OldDragon

    OldDragon Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    The only thing I can say is check the battery and charger to make sure they are clean of any juice that could block the charging process. Next try raising the center post a little to make sure they are contack each other. Next, order your backups....
     
  5. mooreted

    mooreted Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    If cleaning doesn't work, order another charger. Halo usually has pretty good stuff. Nothing is perfect but it shouldn't fail in two months.
     
  6. Retriever

    Retriever Moved On

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    It is probably out of warranty, but you might ask Halo for some kind of discount on some new batteries. Just a thought. Good luck, :)
     
  7. latinstarlite

    latinstarlite Full Member

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    I had the same problem. JB at Halo told me to clean the contacts with a clean dry cloth. So scrub the heck out of the battery threads with a towel and did the same on the charger and it finally started to charge.
     
  8. latinstarlite

    latinstarlite Full Member

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    Did you ever get this fixed?

     
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