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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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