The battery might be bad or the charging system might be not good or the batteries life might expired.
In general, no. The charger is designed for a specific battery profile, and it might not be able to properly charge and/or monitor the amount of charge if you put in a different battery.
You might need a new charger or battery.
yes, but you might need to charge
the time it takes to charge a battery is governed by the amps the higher the amps the quicker the recharge time. Excessive charge rate will 'cook' the battery and it will be scrap.It might even explode and cover you in acid.Use a proper charger and check the correct charge rate for your particular battery.
When it will not hold a charge nor take a charge it is defective. Of course something might be on pulling power from the battery. Any light or stuck relay. Disconnect the negative battery cable, charge the battery with a battery charger and let it sit overnight. The next day if the battery is still charged it is ok and you have something pulling power from the battery. If it ran down the battery has a dead cell and is defective.
If your Galaxy SIII will not charge completely, you may need a new battery.
No. The battery will be charged at a rate which is 2* the normal rate. This will cause the battery to overheat which might cause it to explode.
it might need a new battery, that happened with mine.
If it is still in the tractor hooked up unhook it and try charging it if it still won't charge the battery is probably bad. If it does charge out of the tractor you might have a short in your wiring on the tractor. Hope this helps.
You might check your vehicle speed sensor. My 1997 Tracer is acting up along the same lines.
No. It requires more that 8.4 volts to charge a 8.4 volt battery. If the 8.4 volt battery is discharged to less than 7.2 volts then it might charge up to 7.2 volts but no higher. Once the voltages are the same then current stops flowing and charging stops.
make sure the car is in park. if it is then you might have a bad battery. charge the battery and get it checked. you might need a new one.
It depends on what the charge of domestic violence is (ex:simple battery, battery, aggravated assault, etc..) family violence is not a charge, it defines the charge which then determines the sentence term,fines and other actions that might be taken.
2-4 years is generally acceptable according to the frequency you use and charge the battery. If you travel a lot and use and charge your battery often, you might have only two or three years or less of the battery of your laptop.http://www.laptop-batteries-shop.co.uk
It depends on the battery. Some will charge in under an hour - others might take longer than eight hours !
GPS, using the internet
(1) Reason:a. Charger or electro circuit can't be fit for the battery.b. Overcharge and overdischarge, etc.c. Battery can't comply with the charging requirement(2) Solution: a. Use the original charger.b. Charge the battery after it automatically powers off , then full charge the battery.c. Avoid erroneous usage of battery, such as heavy pressure, short circuit, fall off and so on.
You might have loose connections or low cells on your battery. Check the cells on the battery and if they are low fill them with distilled water only. Also make sure your alternator is giving the battery a good charge.
yes it can and if you run the engine long enough after u jump start it you can recharge the battery Also, you might want to check to see if the alternator is alright because a bad one might be why your battery is dying unless you know it is a bad battery specifically.
You will have to replace it. It just might not be able to hold the charge. Also, check the charge rate at the battery, with the rev's up around 2,600 you should get around 14 volts.
You might have a bad battery they arent very expensive
You could have a short in your electrical system, your battery might need a charge or be replaced.
I believe you can, it may work. I wouldnt try it might explode!!
The charger might have something wrong with it. Or the battery is shot. Go to the shop where you got your phone and show them your charger and battery see what they say.