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DC18SC CHARGER NOT WORKING

CHARGER WAS WORKING GOOD FOR 3 MONTHS OF DAILY LOCKSMITH WORK, TODAY I NEEDED TO CHARGE AND THERE WAS ACTIVITY AT THE LEDS AND NO VOLTAGE AT THE CONTACTS. I CHECKED AND THERE IS 120 CURRENT GOING TO THE CIRCUT BOARD.

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If you have an older charger with a model number that has "RA".
That is the problem. Their were some issues with that charger.
It has been replaced with a model that has a "S" at the end.


Contact Makita. Those batteries are under warranty.

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Posted on Feb 07, 2009

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Hope this helps.

ereplacementparts.com/makita-dc18sc-charger-parts-c-97_376_3678.html

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