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Milwaukee Tools Li-Ion battery stuck in the charger.

Milwaukee Li-Ion battery is stuck in the charger. It appears that I jammed the battery in the charger 180 degrees reversed so that the large tab on the battery is aligned where the small one should be. I just got the thing for Christmas and was too excited to notice the keying features. I'm surprised that I was even able to do this since I didn't really try that hard to put the battery in. Anyways, the battery is not fully seated in the charger and the large tab is barely visible when I look into the charger port. How do I get the battery out without damaging the battery and the charger?Thank you.Rob

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Hopefully you didn't drive it into the charger. What I would try is have someone hold the charger and you grab the battery and try wiggling it back and forth to free it up. If not you might try holding the battery and TAPPING on the charger with a piece of wood GENTLY to remove it.Hope this helps.
Dave

Posted on Dec 26, 2008

  • Rick Garcia Apr 18, 2013

    I used a screw driver blade and leveraging off the battery charger opening, I gently pried on the side to pull the battery up.

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