Reminder to Check and Charge Your RAZR 40V Ice Auger Battery During Late Summer
Well, it's already August 11th and you know what that means. The countdown to cooler days and nights will be happening in only a couple of short months. Now is the perfect opportunity to check on your RAZR 40V Lithium 7 amp-hour battery.
Maximize the performance of your RAZR 40V Lithium Ice Auger by checking and charging the battery during the late summer months. Follow these tips (or watch the video above) to keep your battery in top condition:
Test the battery: You can simply use the battery power indicator on the battery, or if you want to use a multimeter or voltage tester to check the voltage of your RAZR 40V ice auger battery, you can. A fully charged battery should read between 36 and 40 volts. If the voltage is below this range, it may need to be charged.
Charge the battery: If the battery needs charging, use the charger provided by RAZR and plug it into an outlet. Connect the battery to the charger and ensure that it is charging correctly. Allow the battery to charge fully before disconnecting it from the charger.
Check the charging status: Keep an eye on the charging status indicator on the charger during the charging process. Once the battery is fully charged, the indicator will change from red to green. If the indicator remains red, there may be an issue with the battery or charger.
Store the battery: Once the battery is fully charged, store it in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and moisture. Periodically check the battery during storage to ensure it retains its charge capacity.
Maintain the battery: To maintain the battery's performance, charge it at least once ever few months during the off-season. This will help prevent the battery from discharging and losing its capacity.
Taking the time to test and charge your RAZR 40V ice auger battery during the summer can help ensure it stays in top condition and is ready to use when you need it. Follow these tips and enjoy the reliable and powerful performance that RAZR ice augers are known for.