Question about Drills
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.
Posted on Apr 19, 2015
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