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Faulty ryobi 24v charger

Does any one have a circuit diagram or know how to fix a ryobi 24v msbc charger

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SOURCE: My new Black Max 24v drill charger will not charge the battery

You indicate that the drill is new. I'd suggest you return it for a replacement. Seems to be a defective or wrong charger. If you have problems and If you paid by credit card call the card company and have them stop payment on that charge.

Posted on Feb 21, 2010

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SOURCE: I need a schematic diagram

where is it possible to get the schematic diagram??????

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SOURCE: My new Black Max 24v drill charger will not charge the battery

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