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Hi, my DC18RC isn't chiming when the BL1830 is added after 15-20mins when the red light goes green. Should I just wait for the chime?

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Repair Ahjoshe

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SOURCE: hi both red and green

If both lights are flashing it means the battery is defective so it won't charge it. By defective it could mean the battery is just worn out or there may be a short in the battery. If the battery is under warranty you can get it replaced at a Makita Service Center, if not you have to buy a new battery.

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Charles Tidwell

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SOURCE: Hi, My BL1830 battery is

You need to recycle it in the charger. do you have a button on the charger to do that with? If not try switching chargers.

Posted on Feb 26, 2011

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: I have makita bl1830 battery

Not true, my second charger works fine with the same batteries

Posted on Nov 19, 2011

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1. This will void product warranty ! If you follow this mod, you do it on your own risk !

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