How do I know when my AED’s electrode pads need to be replaced?

Your AED electrode pads need to be replaced when the electrode pads have reached their manufacturer shelf life. AED Electrode pads typically need to be replaced between one and five years. Check the expiration date on the outside of the electrode pads for the actual expiration date.

Check out our AED electrode pad FAQs for more on electrode pads for your AED.

4 Responses to “How do I know when my AED’s electrode pads need to be replaced?”

October 16, 2019 at 10:33 pm, Siri Watcharaumnuay said:

I will order Pad M5071A. When is the expiration date?


October 29, 2019 at 8:32 am, AED Superstore said:

Hello – please contact our customer service department to place any orders. You can call 1-800-544-0048, live chat at, or place on online order there as well. Thank you!


February 15, 2024 at 7:00 pm, James Strong said:

Before I purchase an AED and spend the better part of $2,000 is the above number one that I can call to talk to a salesman or other real, live person before I purchase a machine??


March 01, 2024 at 1:43 pm, gabrielle said:

Hi James! Thanks for your comment! You can either call 800-491-9321 or use our contact us form at, and a sales team member will be in touch with you directly!


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