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I was also looking for the manual. So came across this site. I have just connected a 12V 1A DC charger to the 12V DC input socket. Seems to be working fine. Both green lights are on - I seem to remember that when only the right-hand green light is on, the unit is fully charged. If I find my manual, will correct if needed.
The Dewalt charger's red light will flash while charging and go to steady red when the battery is fully charged. If you go to the Dewalt ServiceNET site at http://servicenet.dewalt.com/ you can search for the manual for any of your tools. DCK294L3 does not have a manual as that is the model number for the whole kit. Search for the model number of each of your tools and you can get the manual for them. Inside the manuals it also describes the different meanings of how the red light is flashing on your charger.
generally the red light indicates charging and the green one indicates full charge. If both flash at the same time it usually means the battery or the charger has a problem. Let me know if you need more assistance.
saying to refer to the manual provided with the charger for a complete indication of these indicators do you happen to have a make or a model number on the charger or the manual? if you dont have the charger manual you may want to try calling this number its the scooter store and they can send you one for your charger and also answer any questions that you have Thanks again
Try cleaning the metal connectors that make contact when you charge the battery, also clean the connectors on the charger to. If any of these metal pieces seem to be broke or crooked then try to straighten them,this will make any connection as good as new. If this doesn't help, then a; the battery is not functioning and would need replacement, b there is an internal problem with the drill. Check the charger to make sure it is functioning normal by comparing the charge light to the corresponding meaning. The meaning of the charge light on the charger is usually printed on the top of the charger. If following this doesn't result in you finding a problem with the unit, then it would be time to replace it.
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When you say they worked fine for a long time, do you mean a long time as in "hours", or for many months or years? If hours, then remove the batteries and be sure they are in correctly and plug the charger into a different electrical outlet. If the radios have not been used for many months or longer, you probably need to replace the rechargeable battery.
There are some possibilities due to the above phenomena. Let's discuss about it: 1) If the POWER light is flashing green, then your printer is now warming up or performing maintenance procedure (replacing cartridge/tank) or cleaning print head, just wait a few seconds till the light stop flash. Also if the last page of a print job not done, this POWER light flashing green. 2) If the CHARGE/ERROR light is flashing orange with beep 3times, it mean your cartridge need to be install (especially the 1st time turn on printer) or cartridge being replaced, just install the cartridge and press RESUME to continue. 3) If both POWER light is flashing green and CHARGE/ERROR light is flashing orange with beep 3times, then your printer may facing a very serious error and maybe need a replacement.