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Ryobi charging stand BCSC12C does not charge battery

When plugged in no indicatoe lightshows.
When battery is inserted still no light and does not charge.
Do I need a new charger and is it available.

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  • jag jerk Feb 13, 2009

    ive had this system for two years I got 3 chargers 4batteries none of them work like the tools but battery system sucks 18 volt ryobi could some tell me where to have them fixed

  • lkn7426 Apr 05, 2009

    I have used my Ryobi tools and charger for over 9 years. Now I am down to one battery. Tried to charge it and even though the unit is plugged in, the lights are not working and the unit is not charging. I thought maybe there was a short in the unit. It has been a great brand of tools for me until this glitch.

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I have a manul that you can fix all your batterys ,very easy email me i will send you the file cheers at pfcatering@optusnet.com.au

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Did you check the fuse inside the charger? I believe it's a 4 amp, 125 volt slow burn fuse but check the one you take out.

Posted on May 01, 2009

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