Say people out there in ciber world , any of you peps know how to fix a dewalt that doesn't power up at all?..i already changed the AA batteries in the back also installed a charged up battery pack..still nothin??
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The original problem that damaged the internal transformer was not resolved. The transformer may be damaged again - it is used in the AC circuit but not in the battery. They are two different circuits. The red led is part of the AC. I would contact Dewalt and send it back explaining what happened. The part they replaced should be under warranty.
if you place a battery in it and it still doesnt work you have to have it repaired by dewalt because this means you have no connection to power. but if you place a battery in it and it does work you have a short in the cord mostly happens when being pulled or gets snagged. either you or dewalt can fix the cord you jus have to find where the short is cut the cord and splice it back together covering it with electrical tape.
Your radio must be a import from the U.S.A. Your radio will not work on 240v YOU WILL BLOW IT UP!!! You need a step down transformer 240v to 110v to goto your radio, you will have to do a search on Ebay in Power tools. You sould notice the lead on your 110v radio is not like normal flex as its only single insulated for 110 volts.... Don't put a normal plug on or you may have to call the fire brigade!!