Question about Black & Decker Garden
The battery used to hold a charge that lasted long enough for me to trim my entire yard...now I can barely complete one section. (Used to trim for almost 20 minutes and now I get about 5 out of the "fully charged" battery) I still am sure to charge it overnight but it seems to only take a certain amount of charge. Even when I first start the trimmer, it seems to run lethargically!!!
Posted by Anonymous on
You need a new battery. It is possible that the battery may be fried.
Posted on Aug 20, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Part number #243614-00.
It's a microswitch made by Honeywell that costs about 5 bucks plus shipping.
The attached file has the schematic and parts list.
The CST2000 is well worth spending a few bucks to keep it going. Finding a local B&D authorized service center near you will even save you the shipping as they can order it for you.
Every other component is pretty dependable- the motor, battery, wiring, charging system, spool system- all built to last.
Only down side is you really only get 20 to 25 minutes of hard weedwhacking before you need to recharge. Of course, it's time for a cold beer in the pool by then.
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
SOURCE: grass hog 18v nst2018 trimmer
After reading all of the reviews on Sears.com, it seems these batteries require charging and discharging 3-5 times before they hold a full charge.
All of the reviews mentioned this; they said it lasted 5-10 mins the first few times, but then they suddenly got 30-50 mins per charge after the 3rd to 5th charging.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
SOURCE: 1. Battery charger blinks
Posted on May 09, 2011
SOURCE: I used my Worx trimmer
Your battery is shot. I had one of these, the batteries are really cheap and don't last long. If you can afford it, ditch the Worx and buy a quality trimmer at your local hardware store. If you are short on cash you can buy new batteries online.
Posted on Jun 06, 2011
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Jul 15, 2016 | Garden
Best is a salvage yard.
If you havethe time and a voltage meter with Aligator clips,
I have removed wiring harnasses then
1. Disconnect battery
Wire brush male connections.
2. Trime a nail file to fit in female slots and clean with file
3. Connect Resistance meter (I prefer those that sound off when a connection is present) to both ends of wire,
follow each wire inspecting for cracks in insulations or worn areas, bend stretch and twist as you run the length of the wire. If the sound from the meter stops or needle moves. you found the bad wire or break in the wire.
I then replace the entire wire some just remove the bad area and splice wire together.
Cut and trim wire,
slide electrical shring wrap (one inch each side of splice length)on wire away from bare wire,
press wire together
If in car cover area around wire with aluminum foil
Flux the bare wires
solder with a conventional soldering iron and leaded solder
slide electrical shrink wrap over the bare wires,
heat to seal
It is only time and this process is easy when done on a junk yard harnass then when complete, install in the car.
I mark the wires with a paint pen when they check out ok.
Be systematic and careful and when don slide a cabel sheath over harnass
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