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Dewalt DW9116 Product Recall:
on Jan 31, 2013
I want to change 120v
Can't be done.
Even if there was a safe way to put power to the neutral wire, the fact is you would still be running more than twice the power through it, and it would blow up. It would get much hotter.
Nor would the charger put out 7.2 to 18 volts any more.
It would put out over twice that.
The only way it could be done is if the unit was intended to also be run on 240 volts, and had a European selection setting switch.
on Apr 12, 2012
I can,t charger my dewalt batteries , so is the
It is likely the fault is the battery and not the charger. To confirm this take the charger to any Radio Shack and ask them to test the charger or if you have a small meter do it yourself, the charging voltage will be up to 5 volts more than the rated battery voltage of the drill, so if you get a high reading don't worry about it. Fast charger will be way over the battery rating, also fast chargers have a cost, they shorten battery life due to heat. I have had many battery powered tools, I have found that the batteries last about 2 years on average. I have this same Dewalt drill driver.
on Nov 12, 2011
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