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Titan Drill Charger not working

Hi All. The Battery charger for my Titan CD128G Drill has stopped working. I have tried to get a new charger, But on one sells them. The Number on the charger is TTB307CHR. Please does any one know or any other charger that will work, The battery slides into the Charger with a click. When i insert the battery into the charger, the red light comes on, But it has a very loud clicking noise, And the battery will not charge. Many Thanks Dave Gould..

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The same thing happend to my charger, i let it cool down and now the green light goes off and shows red again. thanx for that post

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