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Jobmate 18 volt chordless drill charging

I have a Jobmate 18 volt chordless drill # 54- 2891-8 with battery # 54-2801-4 .
How long do I leave the battery on the charger for?
The adapter that plugs into the charging base says 120vAC input 25vDC-500ma output.
Can any body help

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    Greg Robbins Jan 21, 2009

    That's the problem I don't have the manual but an hour is a good starting point

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    Black & Decker 12 volt battery charger failed. Any fix?
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About 60 minutes...max 90 minutes. Do NOT leave it on the charger for hours and hours...that just cooks the battery.

And switch regularly between the two batteries...else the one that doesn't get used will die.


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Is there a recal on Jabmate 54-2801-4 18 volt drill

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My jobmate 14.4 v manual says 3h or less

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    My jobmate 14.4 is 20 years old with the original battery and i leave it on for 3 hrs(manual)

  • Mo Bock Sep 27, 2013

    That's what it says on the box for the 18v battery as well.

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I dont have any information on this drill but most cordless products that I deal with the charge time is usually around 1 hour. Do you still have your owners manual that should be in there. Hope this helps

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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