Good (insert time period of choice),
I have the Ansmann Energy 16 charger. And assorted AccuEvolution Low Self Discharge NiMH rechargables
I did my research and these products seemed to be the best for my needs. With the charger itself you can leave the batteries in the charger indefinitely and they will not over charge.
For reasons that I am not going to get into the recharger was left unplugged with the batteries inserted. Now most of those batteries are showing up as faulty cells. I am assuming that they discharged too much and do not have enough of a residual charge for the charger to refresh and then charge them.
Batteries that were previously charged and left out of the charger were able to recharge with no problem.
My question is, do any of you knowledgeable folks know if it possible for me to revive the faulty cells so the charger will be able to refresh and charge them. I have a very basic knowledge of batteries(what you saw above is the most I got). I did some google searches and came up with stuff I did not understand. If any of you have a way and can break it down Barney style I would be grateful. I would rather not have to purchase new batteries.
Thank you muchly