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There are 4 contact points on a ryobi 18 v battery. The positive and negative are marked the other 2 are not what are the 2 not marked for if for the charger which 1 is which

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They are for the charger to know the voltage in the battery to turn on or off charging. some just need 3 connections and the 4th is just a dead connection. or can be for location only so you don't put the wrong battery in. as they do other voltage batteries that look the same fitting.

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2 are for output and the others are from the charger to the battery .

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SOURCE: 18 volt ryobi battery charger...green & yellow lights come on wha

talked to Ryobi and they are vague. It can either mean that the battery is bad, or the charger is bad and another one that maybe the contacts of the battery are dirty or not seating fully in charger. What I would look for in this instance first unplug the charger and look into charging slot to make sure the terminals of the charger are not bent and they come out into the cavity where battery would go. If not gently pull terminal into opening and retry. Sorry I couldn't be of more assistance

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SOURCE: Schumacker battery charger problem?

You are charging. The meter corresponds to the level of charge in the battery. Try setting to 10 A for 4 hours, battery should be half-way up. To determine if battery id dead.. leave battery off charger once it is fully charged...test with a voltmeter after 10 min.....battery should still be above 12v...after1 hour it should still be above 12v...if not battery is spent.

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SOURCE: Won't keep running except at 1/2 choke or a little above

ahter you start it up turn choke too off position

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SOURCE: 14.4V Drill Battery Will not Charge

The battery is 14.4 volts so the charger should be 14.4 volts.

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SOURCE: NEED A MANUAL FOR A RYOBI BATTERY CHARGER

This link should help in finding a manual. Good luck. http://powertool.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/ryobi/ryobi_battery_charger_product_list.html

Posted on Jul 04, 2009

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you'll need ~2 to 3 times the voltage that you are using. for instance, if you've got a 14v drill battery that has stopped working, then you'll need 28-42 volts, 18v will need 36-54 volts. i have found 3 car (or motorcycle or lawn tractor) batteries work fine. so i have 2 motorcycle batteries and 1 tractor battery.

i hook these car/motorcycle/tractor batteries up in series. positive from one batt to the negative of the next and so on until i have one positive lead not connected and one negative lead not connected.

something like this: --(batt)+_--(batt)+_--(batt)+

then with safety glasses on i touch the positive lead from the motorcycle battery to the positive tab of the NiCad drill battery with one hand and the negative lead of the tractor battery to the negative tab of the NiCad drill battery (at the same time) and count to 3. i remove and wait a few seconds (5-7) and repeat 2 more times.

once the last ZAP is done, place the NiCad drill battery into the charger and see if the charge light illuminates. if it does, then you have just saved a battery from the land fill and some $$ from your pocket. if it doesn't, then try to repeat it once more, but no more after that.

some word of caution. do not let the the + & - leads of the car/motorcycle/tractor batteries touch each other. that's 36 volts you've got there and will spark/explode.

also, if during the zapping of the dead NiCad battery you hear a "pop", one NiCad cell inside the battery pack has given up the ghost and now the battery is trash for sure. take it to radio shack for recycling. do NOT attempt to zap it again.

use at least 14-16 guage wire (or larger which is a smaller number) to connect the batteries in series and also to zap the NiCad drill batteries.

one final note: do NOT use this method on Lithium Ion batteries. it will not work and may cause injury!!!

good luck.

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