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Can get a 4 gang charger on eBay, ~ $20.
If they're wired in series, (nominal 37 volts) will need a DC power supply capable of 40-50 volts DC. Limit the charge current to 1-2 amps with a series resistor or a small 115 volt light bulb..
Changing the battery should not reset the code. Check that the battery is inserted the right way round.
If the battery 'died' the metal terminal contacts inside the remote/ keypad may also be dirty. You could try gently scratching the surface of the contacts with a small screwdriver to restore brightness if they are discoloured.
You need to secure the drill - perhaps in a vise - and insert the chuck key (if it is a key-less chuck you may have to use a pipe wrench or something similiar) and give the key (or wrench) a sharp hit to release it. The chucks are screwed onto the drill with a right hand thread. Let me know if this works for you. Thanks
Hold the trigger down and wiggle the cord at the plug and at the tool, see if you can get it to take off by doing that. If you can, its a cord. The 0200-20 has brushes, unless this was posted in the wrong section, in which case I will need your model and serial number to help any further.
this how to get a chuck off a drill.look inside the chuck for a screw. it will be a left handed screw.once
you get the screw out put the chuck in a vice . you will need to
squeeze it very tight. then put the drill in reverse and pull the
trigger.if i wont come off you will need to hit the chuck with a hammer
while you are holding the trigger. if you have a bit stuck in the chuck and cant get it out put the chuck in the vice and hit it very hard with a hammer until the chuck falls apart.i work on drills every day ,this is the only way we have found that works