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Old 01-16-2018, 09:28 PM  
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Tried Home Depot, Canadian Tire, Rona and Lowes. They all give me that perplexed look.
The outfit I took mine to shipped to Ontario for rebuild.
You have a place in London. They might help you test your charger.
http://www.chansbattery.ca/chans.html


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The outfit I took mine to shipped to Ontario for rebuild.
You have a place in London. They might help you test your charger.
http://www.chansbattery.ca/chans.html
I have family down there, so it would not be that bad of a trek.


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I have family down there, so it would not be that bad of a trek.
The round trip took them about three weeks.
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The round trip took them about three weeks.
They visit me too. It would be easy enough for one of them to bring it there and I pick it up, or visa versa.
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So, did you ask the contact information for the wholesaler at the special services desk?

Another ave. is to contact their corporate office.
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With the effort it may be easier and cheaper to just get a new set of tools. Alternatively you can open up the battery housing and see what sort of cells it uses (these things usually use multiple self contained and sealed battery units). These can usually be bought pretty cheaply on ebay so you can try rebuilding it yourself.
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With the effort it may be easier and cheaper to just get a new set of tools. Alternatively you can open up the battery housing and see what sort of cells it uses (these things usually use multiple self contained and sealed battery units). These can usually be bought pretty cheaply on ebay so you can try rebuilding it yourself.
I have another set of tools.

The bigger issue is the charger. It does not work.
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Are you sure it's the charger? have you put a meter on it yet? What is the output recorded on the meter?
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Are you sure it's the charger? have you put a meter on it yet? What is the output recorded on the meter?
It puts out 0 volts. I might be wrong.... but I think that means it is dead.
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