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Dewalt radio getting power line blink

Im getting the power line sequence on the charger light. Used it all day came home and plugged it in ever since them i get 2 blinks and a pause. Radio works on battery, and works off 110v.

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  • James Barrows
    James Barrows Feb 09, 2009

    it also clicks one when i plug it into 110v.

  • birdhog Apr 11, 2009

    my radio works odd 110 and the battery. I get 2 blinks then a pause.... Problem powerline. What do I need to fix this

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the second fuse is behind the circuit board,in middle of the radio.
there are 4 screw holding circuit board. Still looking for 2 AA battery.

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could be a fuse in the radio. check with your local dewalt dealer.

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sadly , chances are you blow the whole power supply on it. you should check with your local servicenter for an estimate on the repair. the units that are made for USA are 110v

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Get a lead of Ebay! 3.5mm jack to 3.5mm jack. Very cheap.

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SOURCE: my dewalt dw911 radio/charger works on either

More than likely your internal charger is faulty. Inside your inernal charger unit check the 2 anmp fuse which is white in colour.

Posted on Nov 28, 2009

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