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I have a jobMate 18 0.v cordless drill. I have lost the charger. I would like to buy a new charger for it because this product is end in all stores in Canada. Where could I get one.

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Have you tried ebay or amazon or try google search

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I need to know what the output needs to be on the charger of an 18 volt jobmate cordless drill.

During the initial state of the charge, the charger operates in a fixed-current mode. This means that the current will be held at a constant rate until the battery is charged to a bit over 18 Volts. During this phase, the output of the charger will not be 18 Volts. This is done for safety and battery preservation; forcing 18 Volts on a battery discharged down to 15 Volts or less could cause the battery to overheat. If no battery is connected, the charge controller may hold the output low until a battery insertion is detected.

The exact behavior of the charger depends on the chemistry for which it is designed, whether Nickel-Cadmium, Nickel-Metal Hydride, or Lithium ion. If the output of a known-good battery is 18 Volts after charging, and it has normal capacity, the charger is working properly.

However, a bad cell in the battery changes things. If you run a Ni-Cd battery down too far, the weakest cell in the battery may begin to reverse charge from the current coming from the other cells. This usually causes an internal short circuit, and the cell will be stuck at 0 Volts. A battery pack with one shorted cell will read 16.7 -16.9 Volts when fully charged, and the drill will not have the peak power it should. The charger will give you a battery fault indication if it is equipped to do so.

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you can go to and buy a replacement, or go to any major store that sells B&D or DeWalt and but the replacement charger. I would recommend taking the old one with you to ensure the proper one is bought.

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Drill will not operate. I charged batteries but still will not operate. Is there an overload reset?

Just try to buy a new battery and test.If persist,change the charger. Bet the bats are dead.

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I have a JobMate cordless drill and 2 batteries.

I found the Ryobi charger fits the jobmate as well.

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I have to be the bearer of bad news. These are mass produced to give you the lowest price possible. They are made in Keorea/Taiwan and unfortunately do not make replacement parts. These are sold to any company that pays enough to put their name on it. Shop force makes the same drill and several other brands. So when something goes bad you have to replace the entire drill (only comes in the combo pk). You can't buy seperate pieces. Try shop force or Master craft. They're similar to what you have. Found one on Ebay. IF you keep looking you can probably find a seller with just the charger. Good luck

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Charger not charging have 2 new chargers neither 1 will work for black& decker 18 volt cordless

You should probably contact Customer Service regarding this. I'd say it's a problem with the batteries rather than the chargers considering this looks like a recent EPC model - 1800 444 224

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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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You will need he correct charger, the 24V will destry a very expensive battery.

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