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Kawasaki tool set/batteries will not charge and the light on the charger does not come on like its not charging at all.

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  • joe May 11, 2010

    the charger will not charge any of the batteries? if none, then i would check the fuse inside the charger. most chargers have a fuse inside.

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MAKE SURE POWER ON OUTLET YOU ARE USING FOR CHARGER , CK TO SEE IF CHARGER IS FUSED , TAKE A PENCIL ERASER AND CLEAN ALL THE CONTACTS THAT MAKE CONTACT WITHE THE BATTERY IN THE CHARGER AND ON THE BATTERY ITSELF , AS SOMETIMES THEY GET CORRODED AND DO NOT MAKE PROPER CONTACT , IF NONE OF THESE WORK YOU COULD HAVE A BAD CHARGER

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