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Ingersoll rand bc10 301 charger won't charge a bl192 lithium ion 19.2 volt battery

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SOURCE: It says it's charged the lithium ion battery but

I hate to say it but the battery is defective. You may be able to get a replacement from the manufacturer if you contact them.

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SOURCE: I have RYOBI 4V Lithium-Ion Screwdriver and lost

Yes.

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SOURCE: Does anyone know if you can substitute the 18 volt

Look at eReplacementParts.com and the parts diagrams.

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SOURCE: will a nicd charger work to charge lithium-ion

no, I would not try this. You can charge a nicd battery on a lithium-ion charger but not the other way around.

Posted on Nov 29, 2010

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Why can't you buy the 230 volt DC18RA charger in europe (amazon.europe country) and use it. I had the same issue yet i burned out the fuse in the 110 volt DC18RA charger because i plugged it into the wall just using an adaptor. Lesson learned. Therefore, my first solution was that i bought a converter from 220V-to 110 Volt. This showed me that my charger was done. So instead of getting another 110 volt charger sent here to Europe from Canada, I returned the converter and have on order a 230 volt input DC18RA charger from amazon.de which has the same 7.2-18V output. I have been told this will work yet the fear, and I don't know why, is that it will burn out the batteries in a year or so. It is difficult getting specific information from Makita, but I hope it all works out. Best of Luck for you

Posted on Jan 01, 2011

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