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There is no schematic - the charger is a disposable accessory, no repair parts are available.

Dewalt Drills • Answered on Mar 03, 2021

It is a constant current charger and I would expect something like that.

Dewalt Drills • Answered on Jan 29, 2021

If the speed control is the trigger, it is basically pushing the slider of a potentiometer up and down the track varying the control voltage to the speed control module. Basically it is no different in principle to an old fashioned rotary or in-line volume control and just like a volume control the track can become dirty or wear out in places producing unpredictable and erratic operation. Sometimes a thorough soaking with switch cleaner will restore the function.

Dewalt Drills • Answered on Dec 03, 2020

Poor design. The switch may or may not be defective or there may be a design defect that causes the torch to turn on regardless of switch position.

Dewalt Drills • Answered on Dec 03, 2020

The easiest way is to check the battery with a meter because the charger might need a load to come on and wont see the meter leads.

Dewalt Drills • Answered on Nov 12, 2020

Hi,I just find the circuit diagram,hopefully that could help you ! :-)633a624.gif

Dewalt 7.2-18.0... • Answered on Sep 03, 2020

as long as they are the same volts they should.

Dewalt 18v 18... • Answered on Jul 17, 2020

this is the only one I have found. 4dbd74fd-439b-4921-95a0-c0fd0336b119.jpg

Dewalt 7.2-18.0... • Answered on Jul 14, 2020

For some reason, I can't find your screwdriver on the Dewalt site. They suggest calling them if you can't find an item. That info is below. That said, here is a YouTube that may be of interest. Be careful and don't burn yourself. call Dewalt: US: 1-800-4-DEWALT ' Mon - Fri 8am-5pm EST

Dewalt Drills • Answered on Jul 03, 2020

Hold the chuck by its sleeve, put the drill in reverse (make sure it's set at high torque if you used it in a drill/driver) and go full speed. That should release the bit.

Dewalt DW0521... • Answered on May 27, 2020

If the battery is really being fully charged the connections are probably dirty but if the battery has been left discharged for a while it could now be faulty. A faulty battery can often be recognised by the unusually short time charging takes and sometimes an extraordinarily lengthy time. A voltmeter should be used to check the battery...

Dewalt Drills • Answered on Apr 05, 2020

This is indicating the battery is too hot to charge, usually after coming off the tool right after some hard work. During the charging process the battey heats up so if you charge a hot battery, thereby making it hotter, you shorten the lifespan of the battery considerably. If you are getting a hot/cold pack delay indication on the charger, it should automatically start charging once the battery has cooled down sufficently.

Dewalt DC920KA... • Answered on Dec 07, 2019

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