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jashjacob
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Hey guys!

I recently plugged one of my battries in the charging dock. It didn't start flashing green. It would only flash yellow. What could be wrong?
2018-3-30
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Wachtberger
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The battery was probably still too warm. Let it cool down first, then charging will work.
2018-3-30
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DJI Diana
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Hi jashjacob, I'm sorry to hear about the issue that you are experiencing. So have you tried the other batteries? If there is any further issue, please feel free to let us know, we'll here for help. Thanks!
2018-3-30
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jashjacob
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DJI Diana Posted at 2018-3-30 22:22
Hi jashjacob, I'm sorry to hear about the issue that you are experiencing. So have you tried the other batteries? If there is any further issue, please feel free to let us know, we'll here for help. Thanks!

I tried the other batteries. They're fine.
2018-8-16
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Ulysses Paiva
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The charger only charges when the battery is in the proper temperature. It blinks yellow to say its not charging for some reason but it will start to charge as soon as the battery reaches a good temp.  I think its great and that really makes sense to call it "inteligent battery". Dont worry. Many times I take my batteries right after a flight still warm and put it to charge. It only charges when the battery cools down.
2018-8-16
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Merced69
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It can take a long while for the batteries to cool down after a hot summer day flying, especially if you put them directly back in the case.  Patience is hard when the flying weather in nice
2018-8-16
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Merced69 Posted at 2018-8-16 05:48
It can take a long while for the batteries to cool down after a hot summer day flying, especially if you put them directly back in the case.  Patience is hard when the flying weather in nice

Ahahahaha. Agreed!
2018-8-16
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Wachtberger Posted at 2018-3-30 03:11
The battery was probably still too warm. Let it cool down first, then charging will work.

This.  Especially if it's warm outside and you put the batteries directly back in the case when they're changed out.  If they're warm to the touch AT ALL, they won't charge.
2018-8-16
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You'd completely surprised about what you will learn if you READ THE MANUAL.
2018-8-17
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jashjacob
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LordoftheFlies Posted at 2018-8-17 19:40
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You'd completely surprised about what you will learn if you READ THE MANUAL.

Oh thank you kind sir for assuming I have too much time to read the manual.
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LordoftheFlies Posted at 2018-8-17 19:40
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You'd completely surprised about what you will learn if you READ THE MANUAL.

God Bless DJI and the Forum.
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Merced69 Posted at 2018-8-16 05:48
It can take a long while for the batteries to cool down after a hot summer day flying, especially if you put them directly back in the case.  Patience is hard when the flying weather in nice

I take it this is the same for a child battery? Left in my van overnight. Now fishing yellow....
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