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The Ozito PXCG-120 18V Eco Charger can be used to charge any of the Power X Change battery packs and includes a charge indication. The Power X Change Eco Charger is a compact and portable design. Charge Time: 1.5Ah Battery - 2.0hours 2.0Ah Battery - 2.5hours 3.0Ah Battery - 4.0hours 4.0Ah Battery - 5.0hours
Could be the charger, or the batteries are defect. Sometimes just the contacts are dirty or oxidised. Make sure they are clean.
When you have a multimeter, you can check in the charger, if it is giving a voltage high enough to charge the battery and on the battery you can check its voltage is high enough to power the drill.
Usually the indicator lights while charging is underway but sometimes the indicator is on whenever the charger is connected regardless of what's happening or supposed to happen. Try charging the battery, ignoring the indicator. Obviously if the battery does not charge, the fault is with the charger
You could have a bad battery (most likely), bad charger or bad drill. The only way to be 100% sure is to try another battery in the drill and/or try charging the battey on another charger. If you don't have a second battery but do have a service center in your area, they can test your drill to make sure it works. Chargers either work or they don't, there are very few that can be repaired and usually have to be replaced. Batteries do go bad eventually depending on age and number of times discharged and recharged.
This must typically be the Batteries themselves in the Drill. Usually, rechargeable batteries give out after a couple of charges, if it has handled few charges, then it must be a fault within the Charger. But I'm sure a battery replacement would be fine :)
check the conecking prongs on the battery and the charger. also check the charger, make sure its charging if not check the fuss in the charger. some battery of that type wear out and wont take a charge my need a new battery