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I have a Dewalt charger/radio (DC012 type 1) that was plugged into a 240v US outlet. The radio will come on with a battery in and work just fine, but with it plugged in it will not charge or play.


You burned out the AC circuit. Congratz, at least your radio still works. Use it on battery or take it to a radio technician to diagnose if it can be repaired. Presume it's worth.

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When i turn tuner knob it either skips over or doesn't move when I move turner for a few seconds.Also not able to lock desired frequencies


I would suggest changing the CR battery that is located in the back of your radio first. If this does not fix the problem I would suggest clicking the link attached to locate your closest Factory Service Center. DEWALT com

Mar 18, 2015 | Dewalt DC012 Worksite Charger/Radio

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Where is the memory button


The memory buttons are letter F on the attached photo.
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Dewalt radio problems


The resistor of the potenciometer at volume is malfunction.
Change the potenciometer.

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Dewalt dc012 radio charger better reception


Place the radio near a window that is not blocked by neighboring buildings. For AM rotate the radio to find the best reception.
For FM, deploy the telescopic antenna.
You may try to get special antennas.

May 30, 2014 | Dewalt Audio Players & Recorders

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I need to know if there is a fuse in the dewalt DC012 worksite charger radio


From what i gathered there are two
Fuse (part No. 5140019-09)
Fuse 1A (part No. 429790-32)

Jan 06, 2013 | Dewalt Dc012 Cordless / Corded Worksite...

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My Dewalt dc012 radio will not work while plugged in, it only works with a battery


There is a small transformer which is used to lower the voltage for the radio to use (12 Volts I think) These transformers have been known to be defective at times. You can pick one up at the Dewalt store for about $25.00 and install it yourself.

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