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Same problem here.

Only reads .18v at the charger. Opened it up and am getting no voltage out off of the board inside the charger. No heat on the outside of the plug in so I am assuming it is the charger.

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Your charger burnt out --their cheap to replace online best source of getting a replacement also would get the multi charger

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There is no capacitors inside this board. It only has resistors and diodes. The resistors usually burn up. No specs are available for the resistors ratings. If yours is burnt, you wont be able to ID the resistors ratings. You will need to buy a new charger.

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If you're only reading .18 volts DC at the charger itself, then it's time to replace the charger.
It's probably some inexpensive Electrolytic Capacitors inside the charger that have bit the dust.

Here's info about Electrolytic Capacitors,
1.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague

2.http://www.capacitorlab.com/visible-failures/index.htm
Both sites relate to computer motherboards and computer power supply's, but know, that there has been a problem with 'Caps' for all kinds of electronic components, no matter what they are, therefore these same visual signs of failure apply. (Sorry about the run on sentence!)

3.http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/topics/Capacitor_plague (Read the entire article, and my statement above will become more clear)

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