8 questions from our users
HI there, the drill stopped earlier today so I put it to charge. The charger light blinked for sometime and shows steady now however when I put the battery back on the drill, it doesn't rotate. Moreover, none of the lights are glowing on the drill. If I put the battery on charger again, it blinks for a couple of minutes and then goes steady green again. Has the battery gone dead OR the drill, please help!
Does the PSR 18 LI-2 use the same or a compatible battery as the original PSR 18 LI?
Are the batteries still available for this drill?
Selecting torque still slips when you reach 20 and can be stopped by your hand although you can tell the difference as you go up the scale! Any ideas. Malcolm
My psr 18 l1-2 will not operate with a full battery, tried the batteries in another psr. The lights on the drill come on and flash 3 times then go off. This drill has had very little use and has not been overloaded, any suggestions please?
What is maximum speed of PSR 18LI-2?
The bright white light on the drill itself remains on and the drill doesn't function. What do I do? it is only 18mth old and hardly used.
A battery can be virtually flat, yet the LED will still light up since it requires much less power to make the LED shine than it does to operate the drill. Make sure you've done a fresh charge on the battery. On my charger, the green LED flashes while charging and stays steady once fully charged. If you have a spare battery, do the same with it. You can get a bad battery, but if you can try two batteries, then the odds of this being the problem is probably pretty small. Otherwise the charger could be faulty. Keep an eye on when the green LED goes steady. It should take around 4-5hrs from memory.
One other thing, my drill's forward/reverse "button" has 3 settings i.e. forward, lock & reverse. The middle setting between the forward and reverse, locks the motor. I haven't tried, but while it's locked, you can probably press the trigger and the LED may even light up. Make sure that the drill is in either forward or reverse and try it again. Good luck with it.
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