Three Electric Contacts vs Four on the EGO Blower.

  • 2
  • Question
  • Updated 2 years ago
  • Answered
Merged

This conversation has been merged. Please reference the main conversation: Missing battery terminal post/blade on mower

I have a question regarding the EGO Blower.  Back on the mounting slot for the battery, I've seen some EGO blowers with four electric contacts (the metallic plates which insert into the EGO battery contacts) built into the blower, and some EGO blowers with only three electric contacts instead. 

Thus, on the EGO Blowers with only three electric contacts there is nothing being inserted into the slot marked "T" (next to the negative terminal slot) on the EGO Battery.  And yet the blower appears to function normally regardless.

Are both arrangements normal?  I'm not technically savvy enough to understand the difference between these two setups, so I was wondering if anyone could offer an explanation.  Mostly I'm wondering if the blowers with only three electric contacts is a production defect.
Photo of JoeJ

Joe

  • 610 Points 500 badge 2x thumb

Posted 4 years ago

  • 2
Photo of Jennifer VandeWater

Jennifer VandeWater, Community Manager

  • 81,028 Points 50k badge 2x thumb
Official Response
Hi Joe, this is normal and not a production defect.  Some of the early generations of blowers were made with 3 contacts while later generations were made with 4.  There is absolutely nothing to worry about.  Keep in mind that we stand behind our products and if you happen to have an issue, our 5 year (3 year on battery & charger) warranty will be there to help you!