Why won’t my Ryobi battery charge?

Why won’t my Ryobi battery charge?

This probably stems from Ryobi having different types of batteries and some chargers being able to charge all of the battery types, and others only the battery of the tool they came with. So what is the verdict, to leave your battery on the charger, or not?

Do Ryobi batteries last longer than lithium-ion batteries?

However, although they have done a superb job and Ryobi batteries do charge faster and last longer, lithium-ion batteries still have a finite lifespan because the charging cycle can only happen a set number of times. A rechargeable Ryobi battery will last 2-3 years, depending on your charging habits.

Where can I get a replacement battery for my Ryobi power tool?

To expedite the process please have the battery in question as well as a compatible tool and charger. For replacement of 4V, 18V, 24V, and 40V batteries that are not under warranty, please visit The Home Depot. For all other RYOBI batteries, please visit Direct Tools Factory Outlets.

How do I charge my Ryobi 18V one+™ battery?

This convenient in-vehicle charger will charge all past and current Ryobi® 18V ONE+™ batteries. Can plug into vehicle’s 12V DC outlet, giving you the flexibility to charge batteries while driving or when access to power is limited. The protective circuitry audibly warns you, and shuts down the charger, if your vehicle’s battery is too low.