20 Most Recent Vector Black And Decker High Frequency Automatic Battery Charger Questions & Answers


pry it out, any way you can without damaging the tool. Damage the battery, not the tool if you have to. Spray it down with vinegar first, that might help loosen it up. When you have it out, clean up the area with vinegar on a cotton swab first, then clean the contacts with a fine sandpaper or emery board. Careful with the vinegar, don't let it go where you don't want it.

Vector Black And... | Answered on Nov 02, 2019


the battery can only be reconditioned if it is not working properly due to a scale build up on the plates of the battery, if a cell is shorted out ,it will have no effect to "recondition it" . if a battery needs to be reconditioned to work properly it is probably close to the end of its life cycle and it will be a temperary fix

Vector Black And... | Answered on Jul 22, 2019


F01- Internal Shorted Cell Battery-(Cannot Be Charged) or
Excessive Load On Battery While Charging (Check Load)
*If this shows it is recommended to take your battery to a certified auto center for evaluation.
This Info Came Directly From The Manual.

Vector Black And... | Answered on Dec 27, 2018


I hate this about automatic electronic battery chargers; they shut down when the battery isn't perfect. The battery may have an internal short or the specific density of the electrolyte may be high or low. The plates may be sulfated as well. An old-fashioned non-electronic charger would have charged it anyway.

Vector Black And... | Answered on Apr 02, 2017


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Vector Black And... | Answered on Feb 18, 2016


most chargers these days regulate the amperage as the battery charges. My Motomaster charger starts off at 16 amps on a depleted or low battery and goes down to 5 amps once fully charged. Battery maintainers put out about 2 amps.

Vector Black And... | Answered on Feb 18, 2016


It means the battery charger is your problem. Find an old-style simple battery charger, not one of these new "smart" chargers. The simple ones allowed YOU to decide whether to charge or not. Placed more responsibility on you, but a simple charger would WORK for your battery.

At 9.1V, your battery's DEAD.

Vector Black And... | Answered on Jul 26, 2014


Replace the chargers as I said in my last post.

Vector Black And... | Answered on Sep 26, 2012


You will have to verify that the charger is actually putting out the voltage it is supposed to. The input transformer could still be good while the secondary that goes to the output could be bad or a fuse or other component could be bad in the out put OR the wire from the adapter could be bad. Replace the charger with one that has the correct voltage and amperage ratings and the correct plug on the end.

Vector Black And... | Answered on Sep 26, 2012


http://servicenet.blackanddecker.com/documents/English/Instruction%20Manual/Vector/VEC1089ABD.pdf


F01 - Internal Shorted Cell Battery
If the battery being charged has an internal shorted cell, the F01 will show. We recommend taking your battery to a certified automotive service center for evaluation.

Vector Black And... | Answered on Sep 26, 2012

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