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EnglishHow to revive a dead battery?

Please advise on how to revive a dead battery for my handheld massager. It hasn't been used for a long time and now it doesnt't work after being charged. Maybe I should leave it charging for 24 hours or fix the battery somehow?

KonstantinosKostoulas 4 months ago
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thewelat7 4 months ago
I recently bought a battery for my cell phone. I noticed that when I plug the battery into my phone it doesn't charge. The battery did not show any signs of charging, even though I have been charging it for a long time as indicated on the new devices. Of course, I immediately felt the need for research and the measuring instrument was also taken out of the closet. Let me summarize the result without explaining the process too much. The production date of the battery was exactly two years before the date I bought it. The charge of the battery, which was stored for such a long time, was almost zero. The battery, which should have been 3.6V, was showing 1.1V. The charger of the phone started to charge, but immediately cut off the charge because the voltage of the battery did not reach the desired threshold.
Here, it is worth mentioning the safety precautions regarding Li-Ion batteries. It is not recommended to charge a fully discharged battery. In addition, factors such as overcharging, rising voltage, and temperature may cause the battery to pose a risk of explosion. For this reason, a protection circuit is placed inside Li-Ion batteries. This protection circuit cuts the battery's connection with the outside world by activating in cases such as excessive drop in voltage of the battery, excessive rise, overcharge current, short circuit and the battery trying to be completely discharged.

That's what happened in my case too. The protection circuit did not allow a normal charging because the voltage of the battery dropped to 1.1V, well below the minimum value of 2.2V. I decided to give it one last try before throwing the battery away. I connected the battery to a 6V power supply for about 1 second. Suddenly the battery drew a high current and reached 2.7V and I completed the charging process by immediately plugging it into normal charge. I've also saved the battery for which I paid a fairly high amount. If something similar happens to you, keep it in mind.
Andrey 4 months ago
https://youtu.be/tbEfhPbqTDE
alexkun 4 months ago
Usually you just need at least eight water not acid to fill up a flooded lead-acid battery like the 6 volt go kart batteries
RC 4 months ago
I have a big spare rechargeable battery at home right now that had been dead for a really long time. As far as I am concerned, you shouldn't try to charge the battery using the plug your handheld massager comes with. This is because sometimes the circuitry in the device goes completely dead due to having no current in it for a long time.(That happened to me). As a result the electric current won't be able to reach the battery. Instead, take the battery out and charge it separately using a battery charger(depending on the battery type[AA, Li-on,]) . Great tip is to do not charge it in your home. Depending on how long your battery had been dead, the risk of an explosion due to overcharge or short circuit will be great. Maybe in your Garage or somewhere open? Well it worked for my battery(Li-on) and it runs great now. Can't recommend a charger as I don't know what battery will be under that casing .
Olendran 4 months ago
It sounds a bit crazy, but the truth is that this is a method that works. Lithium batteries work using a charge / discharge process where positive and negative charges collide with each other.

At room temperature, the kinetic energy of the battery is manageable, but being in a constant state of activity, electrical leaks are common. However, in low temperature circumstances, the lithium coating of the battery, together with the microstructure of the electrolytes, can be altered to minimize such energy leakage. This can help to extend battery life to some extent.
nagarjun 4 months ago
first do not over charge,
second take try to use it while its in charging - it its working then the fault is only in the battery if not then there is some other problem
third if its only battery then try to replace the same with new one's if not then take it to the service center for fixing it
Tom Lutzenberger 4 months ago
If it's using a lithium battery, which is common in these devices, and it won't hold a charge, then the battery is dead and needs to be replaced. I have this issue regularly with cameras. I don't use one for a while, the battery in it dies, I recharge it and it only lasts 30 minutes or won't hold a charge at all. You're best off just getting a replacement. Stores like BatteryPlus are great for this kind of problem because they handle and stock all types of batteries. You can even order from them online. Here's the link:
https://www.batteriesplus.com
Erhan Bozkurt 4 months ago
New battery. :))
Fuad Ramses 4 months ago
If it is “nicad” (nickel cadmium) -based battery, it can be “shocked” back to life with a high amperage jolt from a car battery to break up the dendritic crystals if it has formed a “charge memory” from poor charging habits or just age. If it is ANY other battery technology (ie lithium, nickel metal hydride, etc.) this method will NOT WORK. Honestly, you’d be better off to just buy a new battery for it. You can try the shock method ONLY if it is a NiCad battery. Just take battery out of massager, attach jumper cables to car battery, then attach one jumper cable lead to one pole of massager battery, and “tap” (momentarily) other jumper lead to massager battery’s other pole so that you see (and probably hear) a spark. Then put massager battery back in massager and charge as usual.. might get another year out of battery, might get zero seconds out of it. Again, only with a NiCad battery, and it would STILL be a better idea to get a new battery!
Justine Chepkwony 4 months ago
https://youtu.be/RiyQ9vZXmQAHello, try that one

it may be of great help
jpmarcoleta 4 months ago
The Li-Ion battery are very dangerous, they can exploit. I will recomend seroiusly to remplace it to an other one. If it is not the case you can use a charger thar reduce the courrent and load it slowly in order to do not over charge the battery.
Mellissa Moquin 4 months ago
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Turgut Aksu 4 months ago
Try to put fridger for 4 hours. Sometimes it can work.
Mudiaga 4 months ago
You can use a desktop charger to boost the battery and then you put the battery back into the phone and charge it
bilguun 4 months ago
You can use a desktop charger to boost the battery and then you put the battery back into the phone and charge it
NAYEEM AHMAD 4 months ago
if some hacks not working then you should buy a new battry
DBLOCK 4 months ago
Recommend purchasing a new battery. Used Batteries are dangerous
Tbiw 4 months ago
Yes that's what some people says
Yadu 4 months ago
It is too late or impossible.. to revive it.. buy a new one for your security..
Cedric 4 months ago
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Noah 4 months ago
You can always jump it with you car just plug it in to the dead battery maybe.
Oran 4 months ago
Hi,this is a most popular problem with the old tipe battery ,look this video and you can make the new battery or buy new battery : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rylbFnTgFI8.
Queen Ezeigbo 4 months ago
I recommend placing the device in a hand dryer for as long as ur hand can hold. Do it for some minutes, then try charging again.
I hope this works
Rafael 4 months ago
I believe that it will be easier to cough up on new equipment, in any case, even with a successful repair, the battery will not last long.
Frankie N Nugent 4 months ago
The best thing to do is buy an replacement
Steven Ludosky Dagan 4 months ago
I would advise you to simply change your battery on Amazon to avoid an overload
ibrahimmaliki 4 months ago
take a wire connect 1 side to the + side and the other side on the nugative side for some seconds..... than charge it it will work perfectly but not like how they work first time
Salvatore 4 months ago
Alcuni fattori come il sovraccarico, l'aumento della tensione e la temperatura possono causare il rischio di esplosione della batteria. Cambio batteria e pulizia morsetti
J0r9en 4 months ago Correct
Attach a battery trickle charger or a computerized smart charger to your old lead acid battery, and allow charging continuously for about a week to 10 days. The extremely slow charging rates dissolve the de-sulphation that kills the battery, and revives it back to being able to hold a usable charge.
J0r9en 4 months ago
Attach a battery trickle charger or a computerized smart charger to your old lead acid battery, and allow charging continuously for about a week to 10 days. The extremely slow charging rates dissolve the de-sulphation that kills the battery, and revives it back to being able to hold a usable charge.
Guilherme 4 months ago
put in a charger and leave it on until it works
akash kumar 4 months ago
Attach a battery trickle charger or a computerized smart charger to your old lead acid battery, and allow charging continuously for about a week to 10 days. The extremely slow charging rates dissolve the de-sulphation that kills the battery, and revives it back to being able to hold a usable charge
Ash 4 months ago
My help would be for you is that if your battery is new you should go back to your buying shop and ask the retailer to exchange it in terms of technical faults...on period of Warranty.
Mücahit 4 months ago
Pil şarj makineleri var onları kullanın.
Mücahit 4 months ago
Pilin düz kısmını ilk sacı geçecek şekilde del, en fazla 3 mm kadar sonra oraya 3mm lik vidayı sık çok aşırı yüklenme, çalışmayan pilin çalışacaktır.
Roberto 4 months ago
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OFryVgqvu4
I will recomend to remplace the battery to an other one.
Btcturk 4 months ago
Her türlü pil dolduran elektrikli şarj aletleri vardır
buraktoy500 4 months ago
Take the battery 3 times or 5 times, shake it first to the right and then to the left. Then put the battery in the refrigerator. In the meantime, you can continue your daily work to avoid getting bored. Then take the battery in your hand, shake it left and right 4 times, this time, your battery is ready.
Esra 4 months ago
Buzdolabında bekletin ama bu çok sağlıklı olmayabilir. Şarj edilebilir piller ise pil şarj cihazı alabilirsiniz ☺️
CarloS Xavier 4 months ago
Used Batteries are dangerous. Take care!
Martin Kormoczi 4 months ago
If you have warranty for this product, perhaps you can ask them for a repair/replacement
TB 4 months ago
https://youtu.be/RiyQ9vZXmQAHello
Yehen Asuramuni 4 months ago
Well I isn't a good idea to revive a dead battery at all as of the unnecessary chemical reaction that may be initiated with different methods but the most successful way to revive a dead battery Is to remove the battery and rub a nylon cloth along the to terminal
What this does it that it supplies a electric current to regenerate the electrical pathway
Sedat Çam 4 months ago
Maybe you should buy a new one. Thank you
olcay 4 months ago
BUZDOLABINDA BİR GÜN BEKLETİN İŞE YARAYACAKTIR
Justin 4 months ago
rechargeable batteries don't have much fixing options they are mainly change when the become useless especially when they have reached the life span
Joyce 4 months ago
If it doesn't work after being charged, you might want to try a different charger, if it is still not working, change your batteries.
Ezetulugo Ifeyinwa Chiogo 4 months ago
Here how we do it is that,we get a wire and cut of the tail end and plug it on the circuit then use a rubber tape and fix the tail of the wire to battery and leave it for 20mins it will boast the battery.
YALÇIN SÜRMELİ 4 months ago
Pil icerisindeki kömürler bitmiş ise canlanmaz o piller
Eloysa Gontinas 4 months ago
How can I revive a dead battery?
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Depends on the type of battery chemistry. If it is NiMH, then give it a high initial current, and see if it revives it. If not, then throw away. This method works for NiCds. For Li-ion or Li-Poly or LiFePO, the battery is basically killed when voltage drops very low low. But I have seen them revived, especially if new and if the battery has not been at zero charge for more than a few hours — but however revives at a lower capacity. Try giving it a very low current, about 20 mA. At times give it a jolt of 1 A for a few seconds, and then back to a trickle current. This may revive it. But it will be a zombie battery if it revives and never as good as new. If the dead Li-ion has even 0.5V on it, there is a better chance of revival. At 0 V, almost no chance.
Danad 4 months ago
Try charging it for now
Sergey Isakhanyan 4 months ago
This massager has battery like iPhones. You can't just change it. Take it to any Electronic store.
ayhan677 4 months ago
Revive the pile give high voltage you know
Richard Pearse 4 months ago
Sadly for you it sounds like a new handheld charger might be the most convenient option. The item in question is sadly worthless now, so might be easier to get a new one and save yourself the hassle! Plus you'll have a new warranty on it.
Shane OLeary 4 months ago
Sometimes you can reset a battery by completely draining it (not just till device dies but leave it another few days) then completely charge it, and completely drain again this may reset the battery and when you fully charge it the second time it may hold the charge again, but the typical phone battery/tablet battery if they have got hot during use they have usually swollen and can explode so if your battery is swollen its best to replace them
Emmanuel 4 months ago
remove the battery from the handherd massanger and boost it with battery booster for some minute it will come back to life.
Stelio 4 months ago
Buy an acid pack.
Replace the existing acid and add in fresh distilled water.
Charge the battery up for between 10 and 12 hours if your charger is slow. If you have a fast charger, charge your battery for 6 hours.
Stelio 4 months ago
Buy an acid pack.
Replace the existing acid and add in fresh distilled water.
Charge the battery up for between 10 and 12 hours if your charger is slow. If you have a fast charger, charge your battery for 6 hours.
Deniz Çoban 3 months ago
I recently bought a battery for my cell phone. I noticed that when I plug the battery into my phone it doesn't charge. The battery did not show any signs of charging, even though I have been charging it for a long time as indicated on the new devices. Of course, I immediately felt the need for research and the measuring instrument was also taken out of the closet. Let me summarize the result without explaining the process too much. The production date of the battery was exactly two years before the date I bought it. The charge of the battery, which was stored for such a long time, was almost zero. The battery, which should have been 3.6V, was showing 1.1V. The charger of the phone started to charge, but immediately cut off the charge because the voltage of the battery did not reach the desired threshold.
Here, it is worth mentioning the safety precautions regarding Li-Ion batteries. It is not recommended to charge a fully discharged battery. In addition, factors such as overcharging, rising voltage, and temperature may cause the battery to pose a risk of explosion. For this reason, a protection circuit is placed inside Li-Ion batteries. This protection circuit cuts the battery's connection with the outside world by activating in cases such as excessive drop in voltage of the battery, excessive rise, overcharge current, short circuit and the battery trying to be completely discharged.

That's what happened in my case too. The protection circuit did not allow a normal charging because the voltage of the battery dropped to 1.1V, well below the minimum value of 2.2V. I decided to give it one last try before throwing the battery away. I connected the battery to a 6V power supply for about 1 second. Suddenly the battery drew a high current and reached 2.7V and I completed the charging process by immediately plugging it into normal charge. I've also saved the battery for which I paid a fairly high amount. If something similar happens to you, keep it in mind
Adrian Del Valle Ceuta Reina 3 months ago
with a slow charge to the battery out of the device everything will be fixed and the battery will be operational at 100℅
Rzsultan 3 months ago
Charge battery with two piece of wire direct
Udari Anjana Herath 3 months ago
You can try it lot of method. If you can put in
refrigerate and after try it. It may be get successful.
0spanyol 59 3 months ago
Çöpe at patlar.ayni amperde pil sipariş et hemen canlanır.
ekayuka 3 months ago
restart the battery
Nazlı 3 months ago
Pili çıkartıp ısırmalısın bir süre idare eder
Nazlı 3 months ago
Pili çıkartıp ısırmalısın bir süre idare eder
[email protected] 3 months ago
Con fuente de poder
jeff 3 months ago
i suggest you use ethanol with a cloth to clean both positive and negative terminals of the battery and try passing a moderate amount of charge through it in an attempt to jump start it