- Disconnected Electrode Pads: If your AED is beeping and requires electrode pads to be pre-connected, make sure your electrode pads are connected to the AED.
- Low or Expired Battery: Check the charge of your battery to see if its life is depleted, and confirm the battery isn’t expired. If it’s expired, order a replacement battery.
- Expired electrode pads: Check the expiration date of your electrode pads. Electrode pads can dry out with age or if they become unsealed, so it’s important to make sure they’re in good working order. If they’re expired or not usable, replace the electrodes.
- Internal circuitry issue: If everything else checks out, the beeping may be caused by an internal circuitry issue. AED Superstore recommends you contact the AED manufacturer for warranty service.
An AED may beep for several reasons:
If you other questions or need replacement electrode pads or batteries, call AED Superstore at 800-544-0048 for further assistance and our trained Customer Care Agents will be happy to assist you.