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Fitted new charger unit and battery plug in holder
Change the battery connector pcb board part# 5140019-41 12.07 on ereplacementparts.com
Posted on Dec 29, 2014
If the battery is charging as intended with the standard DeWalt charger and the indicator led's on the charger indicate that the battery is charging and also you need to check that the same battery will run your other DeWalt tools like a drill with no issues then the next obvious issue would be with the internals of your DeWalt radio.
If you're up to disassyembling it and doing some more testing with a multimeter you can contact me.
Posted on Dec 11, 2014
Using a test meter check that the battery's voltage is at the radio's designated voltage. If not, then the battery is dead recharge it. If it is within the required voltage, then ensure that the polarity terminals of the battery are in good contact with the radios positive and negative points. If still not good, replace the battery.
Posted on Dec 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First put the dead laptop battery in a zip lock.
Then put the zip into refrigeratory and keep it in freezer for 14 - 15 hours.
Afer waitinf for a long time, take the dead laptop battery out of refrigeratory .
Using clean and soft cloth to dry the battery and get the battery to room temperature (about 20° - 25°)
In the end fully charging and discharging the battery for 3 - 4 cycles.
Now you would see that your dead battery holding up charge for 1-2 hours.
See the detail video in metacafe.com
View more info in : http://www.laptops-battery.co.uk/blog/revive-dead-laptop-battery.htm
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
SOURCE: no charge
Here are a few troubleshooting thoughts:
1) Check your charger contacts for film/debris. Use a pencil eraser to clean them. (This can be done on the charger and the battery.) If the charge light comes on and stays on consistently you know you have good contact.
2) Be certain your radio is shut off when on the charger.
3) New batteries sometimes need initialized. It will sometimes take 3 or more chargings to fully charge the battery. Check the date code of the new batteries to be certain what you obtained is truely new/fresh. Contact the vendor where you purchased the batteries and let them know of your difficulties in charging the new batteries.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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