My Chapin Battery Backpack Will Not Turn On!
Models: All Chapin battery-operated backpack sprayers
- Did I check the battery and charger?
- What color lights are showing?
- Did I hear the battery click into place when I attached the battery to my unit?
- Do I hear the motor running after I turned on my unit?
- Did I try squeezing the trigger on the shut-off even if I don’t hear the motor running?
- Do I feel comfortable checking wires?
- If I do feel comfortable, do the wires appear to be corroded and are they connected to the pump and to the switch?
24 Volt Battery
This battery has 4 lights on the battery itself. One light will always be red. This does not indicate a bad battery. The light patterns are as followed:
|3 Green & 1 Red||Fully charged|
|2 Green & 1 Red||Half charged|
|1 Green & 1 Red||Needs to be charged|
|No lights||Bad battery|
- 4 lights are located on the battery
- 1 light will always be red and does not indicate a bad battery
20 Volt Battery
|Flashing green light||Charging|
|Solid green light||Charged|
|Solid red light||Defective battery|
- Light indicator is located on the battery charger
Proper Storage for Both Batteries
- Store the battery on the charger at all times
- The charger will automatically continue to charge the battery
- Once the battery is fully charged, the charger will stop
- The charger will turn on when it senses the lithium is draining out of the battery
- Do not leave the battery inside the unit
- The battery will drain and will not be able to be recharged until it’s placed back in the charger