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Dewalt 105dcb does not charge the battery.

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  • #1
    nik23
    Level 10  
    The charger as in the subject I turn on the network, the red LED on the charger will flash, I will put the batteries on and nothing will react. He just doesn't see the battery. I have several batteries and several chargers. No battery is working on this charger. Eadp-84 CD. There is no more with this record. I measured the meter on the outputs
    b + working 1.4 broken 0.8
    Th after 0.3-0.1
    Id after 5
    C1, c2, c3, c4 some small values but the same for both
    After dismantling and looking at the systems under the magnifying glass, no signs of damage to the swelling of burnouts, nothing, nothing to cling to.
    Desolder and check? Where to start?
  • #2
    michalek1988
    Level 25  
    Start by taking and publishing photos, in addition to inspection, did you take measurements? Do you get voltage at the battery connector? I don't have a manual, but it may be a signaling that a damaged battery is connected, and therefore I don't want to charge it. Maybe some short circuit causes this false alarm and the protection activates. It is difficult to handle something without knowing anything about the fault.
  • #3
    nik23
    Level 10  
    He writes that the problem is with the charger. I have several chargers in total with this broken one, and only 4 does not charge. And the battery has 7 pieces from 2ah to 5ah. This inactive charger is the oldest and the only one on eadp-84 so all the younger ones and on other discs. On which contacts to check the charger, I am an amateur, I have soldering irons, but it's rather a hobby, so please advice and understanding.

    Added after 12 [minutes]:

    Desolder something and make some measurements or desolder everything one by one and check with a meter? First desolder.
  • #5
    michalek1988
    Level 25  
    To start with, at the output of the charger, where you plug the battery, once without it and once with it, if you have another functional, you can take measurements on both, and make an analogy. Determine which of the pins is mass and measure its next. When writing about photos, I wanted electronics more than housing.
  • #6
    nik23
    Level 10  
    In the first post you have measurements without battery on Sunday, I will take measurements on both and disassembled this inoperative and I will give a photo
  • #7
    nik23
    Level 10  
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    How do you remove this white silicone or glue? Heat hot air or some solvent? So as not to damage the disc

    Added after 53 [minutes]:

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    Added after 7 [hours] 21 [minutes]:

    I got a charger with the same disc, I got it from a work colleague but it is damaged, it has burned paths and torn pads, I took it for this part, but first I will try to cover the path and the pads, it may stand up