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Hi there I have a performer 18v cordless drill ..I need to buy a new charging unit for my battery...can you tell me where I can buy them please .
Cheers Cheryl Taylor
Hi I use another one from a rechargeable flouro light with the same connector as long as the red AND green light come on you are on your way. Don't over charge the battery as it says in the instructions 3-5 hours only. The green light never turns off when charged even though green means its charging....? Red means power is there
My charger packed in so I use another one from a rechargeable flouro light with the same connector even though the 18V battery is just about flat now. I purchased a complete 12v drill and this seems fine with the alternate charger as it turned out that 12v charger was no good not the 12v battery. Bit of an ongoing issue seems. So: can I buy a battery for the Performer 18v drill? Seems not
does anyone have this drill and willing to sell?
need it for my uni project happy to pay inc postage
I PLUGGED the battery into the charger and it did give me a continuous red and green light what does this mean?
Where to purchase 12v charger for performer cordless drill?
How do you charge it?
I plug it into the charger which came with the drill. I would visit Bunnings to see if they have a charger which may be compatible.
I looked for a battery online when my old battery died but couldn't find one. For $22 it was probably cheaper to buy a new drill than a battery and charger. To charge the battery you need to remove the battery from the drill by pressing the button on top of the battery and slide it off then slide it into the charger which should be plugged into a 240v socket.
where is the charge hole?
The battery slides off the main body of the drill ( the "skin" ) and slides into the separate charger.
That is correct. The charge cable plugs into the charger. Remove the battery from the drill and slide into the charger until it locks. Then plug the charging cable into the charger.
Run the drill completely flat before recharge. Then recharge for a maximum of 5 hours.
Do this the first 5 times to get maximum battery life and performance for the life of the drill.
Do not exceed 5 hours charging time.
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