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I have an 18 volt drill and a 19.2 volt drill from the same manufacturer -- The 18 volt charger base does not work, can I fast charge the 18 volt in the 19.2 charger base which has an identical receiver without damage?

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    very helpful, thanks

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No. It will probably charge but you will significantly reduce the life of your battery.

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