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    I've done a little googling on how to recondition li-ion batteries, and not come up with anything decent. Does anyone know how possible/difficult this is? A place I volunteer for has a bunch of batteries that have been sitting around for at least several months, and are of course dead. Some of these even have the chargers with them. Ideas?

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    step 1. place batteries in/on charger.
    step 2. wait

    lion batteries are designed to have little memory and a slow fade. reconditioning or electric flushing is primarily designed for nicad or nickel/metal hydride bbatteries. if they don't work after a 24 hour charge, than they're probably dead. there's a couple things you could do, but none that work worth mentioning...
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