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Dewalt DE9116 charger Hi Please could anyone help with a circuit diagram/components for this charger D23 D15 R26 and the quick blow fuse appear to have blown.

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Request the diagram from DeWalt.

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SOURCE: Dewalt charger problem

its the battery problem not the charger.don`t forget to bring your receipt for warranty. no question ask.

Posted on May 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Have just got the Dewalt DE9116 charger.Plugged it

that is normal it happens when u plugged and unpluged. after a second it should show no blinking. then when u insert the battery pack it would show the diagnostics. with the blinking pattern.

if you need the manual , you can get at www.dewalt.com or call us at 407 657 0474 and we can fax it to you.

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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SOURCE: I HAVE DEWALT CHARGER DE9116.ITS OUT PUT VOLTAGE

check output voltage on charger label most chargers are not regulated so if it says 18 volt output it may put out 24 volts but if its putting out 51 volts it may have a short batteries will get warm but not hot replace charger

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SOURCE: Diode D26 in De9116 charger

Ask for BD2003XR3 datasheet

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SOURCE: My DE9116 battery charger keeps

IF is doing that without battery on it maybe charger is bad but if flashing that way when you put the battery could be the battery hope this helps!

Posted on Jul 28, 2011

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Dewalt DE9116 Type 2 c32 and fuse blown . what is the value of c32


A fuse blown ? measure always first the mosfet irf740 if thats not shorted that could be the cause of the defect in case ? or some of the 4 primary bridge diodes replace 1n5408 or by299 presumably c32 its a blue or black high-voltage capacitor .i don,t know for sure but lies in the expectations this is a repair suggestion that could be to find in some popular Dewalt chargers , and do a error research proof allways over a 200w lamp thats in serial with the loader power cable if you make error research to find the part that caused the problem. then you will not blow up parts again if the cause is not find in priority , but a variac and oscilloscope can also be used.

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My DE9116 battery charger keeps flashing very fast and not charging, any suggestons? I have changed the fuse!


IF is doing that without battery on it maybe charger is bad but if flashing that way when you put the battery could be the battery hope this helps!

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I think diode D23 is defect, but I cannot see any number on it. Please advise


Go to this LINK and find the part/diagram that can help you.

Please thumbs or post back,thanks

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I have a dewalt de9116 charger and when a battery is put in it flashes constantly even a new battery. Is the charger defunct?


I would say tee charger is no good. The only internal component is a circuit board so it is not worth trying to repair it/get spares as it will cost the same as replacing the charger.

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Circuit diagram for charger for Black & Decker KC96 cordless drill


You can contact a Dewalt Service Center to see if they have the diagram. Black and Decker is Dewalts lower priced line. A quick search on their website did not reveal anything. They may not have the diagram. As far as I know there are no parts available for the chargers so you may have a hard time locating the diagram. Try giving Dewalt a call.

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sorry unit are non repairable. not even a wiring diagram for it.

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