Question about Dewalt 7.2-18.0 Volt One Hour Charger
Please could you kindly help me,
I've just bought a new nano technology Dewalt hammer drill 18v
Thedrill and batteries work perfectly, but when I came to charge thebatteries for the first time. The red light came on for a few minutesand then disappeared. Now it doesn't work at all, no red light and nocharged battery.
Could someone please advice me as what to do?
I've checked the fuse in the transformer and it seem fine. (very thin single wire attached both ends)
Is there an additional fuse I should check, perhaps in the charger it's self?
Hope someone can help :)
Inside my (older, non nano) dewalt charger there is indeed a fuse, which has never blown (yet).
I'd be suggesting that you contact dewalt before you void your warranty by opening it up though.
Posted on Apr 06, 2008
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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