No. These tools only work with the Yardworks 48V battery. Batteries from other brands, including Mastercraft, only work with batteries designated for that particular brand.
Please check the troubleshooting section in the Product Manual for solutions to common issues.
Ensure the battery is charged. Battery pack may be too hot. Remove from unit and allow time for the battery pack to cool.
Yes. The products come ‘kitted’ which means you get tool and battery. With that said there is the option to buy ‘Tool Only’ SKUs that come without the battery for a lower cost (for consumers who already have a battery from previous purchase). Tool Only is clearly called out on the packaging.
Less maintenance, less noise, eco-friendly.
The battery pack may be too hot or cold. Cool or warm the battery pack to 5-40℃, and then charge again. Disconnect and re-connect battery pack to charger to check connection.
Ensure battery pack is charged. The battery pack may be too hot or cold. Cool or warm the battery pack to 5-40℃, and then charge again. Load on the motor may be too high. Adjust settings of your tool to reduce the load.
Warranty varies – please see attached warranty chart (this is the POP in stores). 48V warranty is 5 years tool, 3 years battery.
Yes, they are all compatible. On the packaging side panel, the consumer can see a chart which shows them which batteries (aH) are recommended for optimal performance.
For 48V, 3 years.
Amp hours represent the capacity of the battery. Higher aH means higher capacity and therefore longer runtime.
Depends on what charger you have and the aH of your battery. The standard 2A charger will charge a 2aH battery in an hour, 4aH battery in 2 hours, 6aH in 3 hours. The 6A Fast Charger will charge the 2aH battery in 20 minutes, 4aH in 40 minutes, and 6aH battery in an hour.