Battery Warranty Question

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I currently own 4 Ego products, with 2 batteries. Recently, one of my batteries went bad after 2 years of service and was replaced by Ego. Does the new replacement battery have a new 3 year warranty, or 1 year (time remaining on the battery that was replaced?). Thanks
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ceedub

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Posted 2 years ago

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Oregon Mike, Champion

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Ooo, that's a good question. Waiting to see what the official response is to this.
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Official Response
The warranty is effective as of the original purchase date. A warranty replacement doesn’t reset the calendar.
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Blue is correct. The replacement battery is covered by the original warranty.
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I have two 5amp batteries that came with my mower. They are not quite 3 years old yet. I noticed that they don't seem to charge to 100% when I put them into my ego power station. They seem to cap at 90%. Is this a warranty issue ?
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90% at 3 years sounds like normal battery aging and degradation.  That is just the way batteries behave.