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Charging times How long should I leave a 19.2 volt "drillmaster" battery on the charger?

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4 1/2 to 5 hours ...........NO LONGER. Manufacturer statement to those time frames

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I would think not more than an hour or when the lights flash that the battery is charged. The newer chargers go to a maintenance mode after a battery is charger so theoretically you could leave it on for weeks, but I don't recommend this.

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CAN YOU LEAVE A RECHARGEABLE BATTERY FOR A 19.2 VOLT CRAFTSMAN CORDLESS DRILL IN THE CHARGER ALL THE TIME/


It depends on the charger taht comes with this drill, the dumb charger will just keep on charging the batteries even when it if fully charge and does not sop, which will be bad for the batteries, the smart charger (more expensive and has electronics inside the charger) will go into floating charge when the batteries are fully charge which will prevent the batteries from being overcharged. If in doubt, remove it from the charger after overnight charging.

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