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Black/Decker 12 v drill charger will not charge battery. help

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  • sfcwater Apr 16, 2009

    cb, thanks for your advice, I'm trying the charge again now and will notice if the battery warms. Will keep you informed.

    caro

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    need new adapter

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If the battery gets warm after being in the charger a while and still is not charged, then the battery is bad
if the battery stays cool in the charger then the charger may be bad
Chargers usually have a light code, I.E. on means charged, slow flashing means charging, and a quick blinking means bad battery
Some chargers have 3 lights and the code should be imprinted on the charger.
hope this was helpful, cb

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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