Question about Drills
Hi, How are they when you put them in the drill? Are they dead to the point of needing a charge or do they have plenty of power? If they have power in the batteries, and you go to recharge them and the charger is indicating the batteries are faulty, I would say that it is the charger that has the fault not the new batteries. Try and charge them anyway and see if they take a charge. If not, take the new batteries back to where you bought them and tell them they will not take a charge and they are new. Have them pull out a charger and see what happens. If they start to charge, you will know the problem is you're charger. Good Luck.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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