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Craftsman fast charger

Why does my fast charger show a complete charge for all 3 batteries, but no sufficient power when installed in my drill or lights?

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Run all 3 batteries down to full dead then fully recharge. some times this can help

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SOURCE: Battery Charger displays green blinking light

This is likely a code from the computer system on the CMM1200 that the batteries no longer hold a charge. If you have a voltmeter, a "quick test" is to put the batteries on the charger for at least 8 hours and then test the DC voltage of the batteries. Test each battery separately by taking the cables off and testing the battery at the positive and negative lead. If they read less than 11.5 volts, you need a new battery set. You can get replacements from www.batteryinternational.com/universal-battery-ub12180-batteries-by-brand-universal-battery-nb.html. The model you have requires two of these batteries. Hope this helps.

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