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Your New Mavic Air 2 Battery Won't Charge and Cannot be Powered on?
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djiuser_WOFntwCjQd4t
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When I push the button on my battery no green lights even show up. I had one flight with this battery and never been able to charge it again. No i didn't use the battery hub either. Mavic air 2
2020-8-7
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djiuser_thVUIl4okMeL
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Hello guys, I lost my  power cord from mavic air 2 charger, can anyone know what tipe of power cord I should buy? Thank you!
2020-8-13
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JoeGatto
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Thanks for the steps
2020-9-1
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JoeGatto
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JoeGatto Posted at 9-1 12:29
Thanks for the steps

They helped solve the sleep issue
2020-9-1
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djiuser_pNEMNXwXNvO1
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All 3 of my batteries work and can be charged in the hub - but only one at a time. When several are connected, I think that the most charged one will charge, the rest go blank. I have just installed a battery update on them, but the problem remains.
What's the point in providing a hub, if only one battery can be charged at a time?  Chinese humor? Or is something wrong with the hub/batteries?
2020-9-3
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amir_KING
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Nice!!!!!!
2020-9-22
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zulujim
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I just got the MA2 fly more recently.
I followed the Idea of charging each battery fully one at a time on the charger itself without the hub.
They put them in the drone one at a time. Each battery did need to be updated.
I charge them on the hub now and they all seem to be ok.
2020-9-29
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djiuser_UEUHvvf188UR
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1 out of the 3 batteries that came in my FlyMore combo won't charge, or force on. Arrangement 1 as appeared above sits idle.
2020-10-3
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YALIN BALTA
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I did not encounter a problem.
2020-10-5
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sarafox
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jpvalery Posted at 5-19 20:08
Getting the 30068 error as well on 2 batteries. Trying the 3 minutes advice.

Worth noting: I was able to start the drone motors without the app launched by using the kill switch joystick movement, but once I started the app, it didn’t work anymore.

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2020-10-11
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iluvcrap2000
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Anyone else's charging block heating up? Mines cooking, especially where the output wire goes to the charging hub. Afraid to leave this thing on unattended. Batteries are cool though while charging/
2020-10-24
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JohnLietzke
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I also had to follow the instructions to get one of the MA2 batteries to connect and charge.
2020-11-5
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Stanley Melott
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My dji mavic air 2 batteries wont hold a 100% charge when I left them in the bag for a week. They dropped down to 58%
2020-11-7
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Cients
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2020-11-8
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djiuser_IstTJHi4z1Cn Posted at 5-11 19:56
1 out of the 3 batteries that came in my FlyMore combo will not charge, or power on. Solution 1 as shown above does nothing.

Same problem here, it won’t come on and no lights come on at all on 1 battery, not even when connected to single charger. I did charge all 3 on multi charger initially before reading I shouldn’t have done that, and it hasn’t worked since. At first it would just light up two lights on battery but never charged , it eventually died and now can’t revive it
2020-11-8
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R_Packard
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Thanks for posting this!!!
2020-11-22
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djiuser_D0sgAm6xL5jn
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Thanks for the info.
2020-11-25
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drhemanta
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India
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My batteries won't keep on after putting into the aircraft.
2020-12-23
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djiuser_H7UC5MkARqFQ
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Should I be seeing any kind of charging indicator when the one battery I suspect is in hibernation mode is hooked up to the single charger? Right now I get no lights when I push the button. Should I need to wait the full 1.5 hours to see anything? Thanks guys.
2020-12-28
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IMGing Studios
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My batteries charge up just fine. The problem is they don't hold the charge. They all were at 100% 3 days ago. Have not used them at all due to a lot of high wind issues here but had a 2-hour window to go flying earlier and put a battery in and it was reading at about 75%. Put another one in and it's the same, 75%. All 3 are like that. You'd think they would hold the charge longer than 3 days. My iPad will hold a charge at 100% for 3 weeks and be at 90% when I turn it on.
1-14 11:28
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WebParrot
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iluvcrap2000 Posted at 2020-10-24 15:59
Anyone else's charging block heating up? Mines cooking, especially where the output wire goes to the charging hub. Afraid to leave this thing on unattended. Batteries are cool though while charging/

Yep -- all bricks for all aircraft have.
1-17 09:36
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WebParrot
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IMGing Studios Posted at 1-14 11:28
My batteries charge up just fine. The problem is they don't hold the charge. They all were at 100% 3 days ago. Have not used them at all due to a lot of high wind issues here but had a 2-hour window to go flying earlier and put a battery in and it was reading at about 75%. Put another one in and it's the same, 75%. All 3 are like that. You'd think they would hold the charge longer than 3 days. My iPad will hold a charge at 100% for 3 weeks and be at 90% when I turn it on.

REfer to the manual.
After 3-4 days the batteries start to auto discharge to the 50-60% level.
During that time you will notice the batteries will get slightly warm as they discharge themselves.
These are Lithium Polymer batteries and should not be held at full charge or low charge for any length of time.
There are numerous threads (in addition to the instructions in the User Guide) covering this topic.
PS... you iPad is Lithium Ion and doesn't require discharging.  Why the difference.  LiPo's can provide the burst of power necessary for flight controls, for one.  iPads just quietly hum along.... :-)
1-17 09:38
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whitakerz
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This worked for me. Thanks!!!
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