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My charger for my cordless drill is not working i tried a new transformer by just connecting the wires but it still wont charge

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SOURCE: not charging

try wiggling the battery around and see if a light flashes

also look and see if a light flashes when you plug it in

i'm about 98% sure it's the charger

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SOURCE: Coleman 21.6 volt Cordless drill charger won't charge.

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