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No lights coming on on charger dc1470 for drill and torch combo?fuse in plug is ok!

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My Nutool battery charger NXCD18-KA does not charge the batteries, when a battery is inserted the red and green lights stay on and there is a buzzing noise.


No doubt the battery is dead and will no longer accept a charge . replacement is your only option .perhaps a batteries plus store can rebuild it . much cheaper than a new one if they can https://www.batteriesplus.com/store-locator

Aug 17, 2016 | Drills

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I have two Ryobi drills, and neither is charging...one the charger plugs directly into the drill, and the light isn't coming on to show any power....the second has a detachable battery, and that isn't...


If you mixed up the 7.2v and 9 v chargers and out a batter in to charge it its not fixable! Your lucky you did not blow up the battery.I did the same thing about 3 years ago and when I came home to my work shop it was covered in a oil/coke like covering for 10 feet around the charger... Sorry to say its not fixable.But you can find replacements for your drill even now after its been discontinued gonna cost around 35 bucks a battery but still worth it if the drill's in good shape... Sorry its not the news you were looking for, Best wishes Bob Hallzy

Jan 21, 2011 | Ryobi 3-piece 18V Drill / Circular Saw /...

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My new 18v lithium batteries run out of charge after about 10 mins of continuous use is this about roght as my old Nicad batteries would go for about 20 mins this is using them with a drill driver with a...


This is not right. They should last much longer then that. I have one of the more expensive 18V lithium batteries (the one with the button on it that tells you if it needs charging or not) and I can use mine almost all day before it needs to be recharged. I do construction work and I use my Ryobi products almost all day. Either both batteries are bad (I don't believe that is the case) or the charger is not charging them all the way to a full charge. With this charger, you do need to make sure that you remove the batteries as soon as the green light comes on. It is not good on these batteries to stay charging after they are fully charged. You also should not leave the charger plugged in without any batteries charging.Please tell me more about the charger. When you plug in the charger, does the red light come on? When you plug in a battery, does the red light stay bright and the green light blink? Does the red light go off and the green light stay on bright when you remove it from the charger?
If the charger is not working correctly, then return it for a new one.

Nov 26, 2010 | Ryobi Two 18V Lithium-Ion Batteries +...

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When the DeWALT DE9118 charger is plugged in there is no power getting through the power light remains off - have checked the plug fuse no joy - please have you any ideas?


It sounds like you need a new charger I'm afraid. If you want to double check though, take the housing apart (4x security torx screws in the underside corners) and check the little glass fuse on the pcb. If either main fuse or glass one is blown you have a problem with the board and it's not worth repairing. If both fuses are ok I would suggest you might have a dry solder or broken leg on one of the pcb components. You could possibly resolder it if you can find it and it has enough contact left.

Aug 19, 2010 | Dewalt 7.2-18.0 Volt One Hour Charger

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Powa Force drill charger is dead


Powaforce battery charger.

  1. Measure the dc output (with multimeter) on female plug. Should read ±16 – 20V DC. If no voltage here open charger and measure 220v AC on input wire before transformer. No voltage faulty input cable or 3pin plug. If ok check for dc voltage after transformer. If transformer faulty (not worth repairing) replace with same dc volts and amp (important)output. Check now output cable.
  2. If voltage is on cable but base does not light up, probable faulty capacitor. If light is on but does not charge, probable rectifier that gives too little amps.
  3. Any good tv repair technician can help you. My tv tech already fix about 9 of my torch and drill chargers. Parts usually about R5 – R10.
ps. email me the specs of your charger the input, output, the current (MA) and the voltage 14.v or 21v to globalsat1@gmail.com

Dec 04, 2009 | Drills

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Hi, my drill has just stopped working i have changed the battery but it seems dead ?? the drill is about 3 years old but has only been used a hand full of times as it a personal home diy tool ?????


When you put the battery in the charger, does the light go on? The charger has lights to indicate whether the battery is fully charged or not. If it is dead when you put it in the charger and remains that way after one hour, you can be pretty sure that the battery is dead. If there are NO lights on the charger, plug it into a different outlet and recheck. Not using the drill for long periods of time is really not good for the battery. The drill is probably ok, but the charger or battery could be the problem.

Nov 15, 2009 | Dewalt 18 Volt Compact Drill Kit

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Can I leave my Ryobi P113 charger with a P103 battery inserted in it for an indefinite amount of time with the charger plugged in, without doing damage to the battery or charger? Thank you. Phil


Yes you can that is an automatic charger when it is fully charged it shuts down the charging portion but keeps the charged light lit however this does not effect the battery.

Aug 13, 2009 | Ryobi Two 18V Lithium-Ion Batteries +...

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NOT CHARGING BATTERIES


ok you need to zap the battery, if you have a jump box or a battery charger that has at least a 20 amp or better charge selection, like a engine start feature.

the post of the cordless batter has a center post marked on the sides is a plus or minus sign.
the should also be some vertical slits in the plastic post on the corners, clamp the leads from the jump box or battery charger positive to positive , negative to negative. with the car battery charger you can probably slip one side of the battery clip in the plastic slot the other on the connection blade. plug in the battery charger and let it on for 5 or 6 minutes. if the battery charger has a auto shutoff the light will blink off and on but that is ok .

take the cables off and plug into the battery pack charger now you should get a red charge light and now can charge the battery.

if light does not come on try it in the drill or saw and see if you had any more charge than before if so you might need to repeat the procedure and leave it on the car battery charger a little longer

Jun 08, 2009 | Ryobi 3-piece 18V Drill / Circular Saw /...

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