On the inside of the charger there is a curcuit board that has a transitor or a diaode that is burned out.could you please help me find a wiring diagram or identify R6 on the curcuit board thank you yard3 p.s. cordless drill charger
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Hello, unless the charger specifies that it charges 18 volt, it will only charge a 14.4v properly. If the battery fits the charger physically, then the most you might get an 18v to charge at is 15 or 16 volts. Your battery life will be shorter and you might damage the charger. I hope this helps.
NO! Never charge lithium batteries in a charger designed for nickle based batteries like the NiHi your old charger was meant for. Ryobi did design the new Lithium charger to be backwards compatible so you can charge your older 18V NiHi batteries in the Lithium 18V charger.
Also note, NEVER miss-match the voltage, for example, make sure you are not trying to charge 12V batteries in an 18V charger unless the manufacturer has specifically stated that the charger is capable of multiple voltages.