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My 18 volt battery charger part number 5100235-06 has a resistor number 2 discolored cant make value out please help me as i wish to replace it

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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

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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SOURCE: Jobmate 18 volt chordless drill charging

About 60 minutes...max 90 minutes. Do NOT leave it on the charger for hours and hours...that just cooks the battery.

And switch regularly between the two batteries...else the one that doesn't get used will die.


Posted on Apr 04, 2009

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SOURCE: delta 18 volt charger broken

buy a new one

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SOURCE: I have burnt out one of the resistors in my 18

MOST OF THE TIME MANUFACTURERS DOESNT SELLE DIAGRAMS,BECOZ THE WANT ONLY TO REPAIR THEIR PRODUCT BY THEIR CERTIFIED TECHNICIANS.

Posted on Oct 22, 2009

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SOURCE: charger not charging have 2 new chargers neither 1

You should probably contact Customer Service regarding this. I'd say it's a problem with the batteries rather than the chargers considering this looks like a recent EPC model - 1800 444 224

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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1.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague

2.http://www.capacitorlab.com/visible-failures/index.htm
Both sites relate to computer motherboards and computer power supply's, but know, that there has been a problem with 'Caps' for all kinds of electronic components, no matter what they are, therefore these same visual signs of failure apply. (Sorry about the run on sentence!)

3.http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/topics/Capacitor_plague (Read the entire article, and my statement above will become more clear)

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