Yale MPB040EN24T2748:
New batteries, but no charging

Hi, dexided to dust off and use my old yale MPB040EN24T2748, so I bought 4 US2200 batteries.
( there were 4 us1800 batteries on it )
Installed them and they work perfect, but now the 1-24020-04-hf charger does not light up, flash or come on at all.

The seller of the batteries told me not to get them below 50% without charging.
I'm going to send it out to get checked but in the mean time what's a good cheap charger to charge the 4 or do I charge em 1 by 1 with a regular charger?
  • Posted 15 Jul 2023 09:30
  • Discussion started by Surinamerica
  • New York, United States
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Ok replaced the charger, new batteries show 25 volts.
Unit moves forward/back but still no lift.
Single beep when pressing up or down.
Led light on controller has a steady red blink.

Whats my next move?
  • Posted 27 May 2024 22:32
  • Reply by Surinamerica
  • New York, United States
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When the machine beeps is because the batteries are not charged fully and the controller thinks they are not enough to allow to lift make sure every battery is at 6.5 volts after charge or the controller will not reset to allow it to lift. Hope this helps.
  • Posted 26 Mar 2024 12:57
  • Reply by Scott_
  • Pennsylvania, United States
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So I finally got back to this thing.
Charged the new batteries that I bought ( US 2200XC ) using an Amazon charger. I charged them individually.
Now the machine moves back n forth but beeps when trying to lift.
  • Posted 26 Mar 2024 02:43
  • Reply by Surinamerica
  • New York, United States
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on the newer chargers it is located on the top of the charger. It would be beside a voltage selector. Now if this is an older charger it may not have this, there might be a standard glass fuse holder on the bottom/backside of the charger, you can check for that and make sure it is not blown. There also might also be one on the inside of the charger inline with the main cable connection.
  • Posted 25 Jul 2023 08:31
  • Reply by swoop223
  • North Carolina, United States
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Hi, where is this circuit breaker panel located?
  • Posted 25 Jul 2023 07:57
  • Reply by Surinamerica
  • New York, United States
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those chargers should have a circuit breaker on the panel, make sure that is not tripped.
as far as charging? you can go lower than 50%, by design you can run it down to the low end of the charge and everything should still work just fine. I just wouldn't run them completely down till it doesn't want to move. I would wait till the BDI gets down to about 3/4 discharged before putting them on charge.
  • Posted 18 Jul 2023 23:26
  • Reply by swoop223
  • North Carolina, United States
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