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I've just got out of Sovereign CGT18N Ni-cd battery to charge for the summer. Therein lies the problem as I have lost the charger. The reference for the ni-cd chargers if CGT18N. Can you supply please? Thank you Barbara Symmons barbara@symmons.net

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SOURCE: Energizer 15 minute Ni-MH Battery charger

A flashing red light indicates that there's an error, or the batteries are defective.

No, the unit won't switch itself off once the batteries have been fully charged. The unit will start trickle charging instead.

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I've never had success with the rechargeable batteries, and I think it's because, even though they're supposed to work good, they're only 1.2 v instead of 1.5, like the alkalines. You could also have slightly oxidized terminals on the battery charger, in which case you can clean them with a qtip and alcohol.
I would get some alkalines, and see if that solves your problem for now. I bought some 2500 mA batteries and they never would work with my digital camera, so I gave up on them.
Lastly, make sure your charger is putting out the correct voltage (measure it with a voltmeter).
Other than that, the charger's are pretty straightforward, and either work or don't work.
Anyway, hope this helps get you going for now.

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I had a similar issue with my Worx battery.
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Lithium Ion batteries don't charge the same way ni-cads or ni-mh do. You need a lithium ion specific charger to charge them. (Some chargers do multiple types.)

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