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Craftsman charger shows fully charged on all batteries

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Charger may be shot. Try charging a dead battery but I feel its done. Let it try to charge for a while but I doubt it.

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SOURCE: Both cordless drill batteries dead.

Your battery could say its good by just testing voltage,but when a load is put on it , its a different story. My dewalt batt. did the same thing I opened up the batt. case and there was 12 "C" sized batteries inside linked together with little metal strips. I bought 12 rechargeable "C" batts. and carefully drilled where the metal strips are soldered, changed out batt. and re solder. It's been over a year now and still drilling . Also you should do this one batt. at a time so you don't put one in the wrong order .

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SOURCE: have craftsman 19.2 die-hard batteries

the cells are probably bad

buy new or look up battery rebuilders on the net

good luck

Posted on Jan 06, 2011

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