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I need a PBX 17HD - 18 v - POWER BASE EXCEL DRILL charger . Please help to locate the charger from some store ?

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Www.ebay.co.uk/bhp/powerbase-battery

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SOURCE: Jobmate 18 volt chordless drill charging

About 60 minutes...max 90 minutes. Do NOT leave it on the charger for hours and hours...that just cooks the battery.

And switch regularly between the two batteries...else the one that doesn't get used will die.


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SOURCE: charger= 120V Wall socket= 125V

Don't worry about the 5 volt difference. All supply voltages are nominal (that is, they will fluctuate around the stated value). Your charger should have no problem with 125 volts (just don't try to use it in a country where the voltage is 230).

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SOURCE: I have a JobMate cordless drill and 2 batteries.

I found the Ryobi charger fits the jobmate as well.

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SOURCE: I have an 18 volt

No. It will probably charge but you will significantly reduce the life of your battery.

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SOURCE: need a charger for maxim combo drill set 18 volt drill, saw, flashlight

Go to support on the tool manufacturers website. You should be able to click on a parts finder and type in your model number and find the charger. murf427

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