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Charger won't charge just power light comes on no output!!

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1)check to see if there is a reset button
2) do you know the last time this charger was used? from the picture it might be broke.

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Check inside for a blown fuse or circuit breaker.

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That looks pretty old to me. There can be several things wrong with it. It might have bad diodes, bad regulator or bad transformer. If you dont have test equipment, it will be hard to tell

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