Introduction

If you realize your battery charger for your drill is not charging, there may be a blown fuse which can be replaced by following this guide.

Remove the four 13 mm, Torx Security #15 screws found on the bottom of the charger. Remove the four 13 mm, Torx Security #15 screws found on the bottom of the charger.
  • Remove the four 13 mm, Torx Security #15 screws found on the bottom of the charger.

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Remove the 19 mm, Torx Security #10 screw found in the charger port. Then pull the top of the charger off separating it from the bottom.
  • Remove the 19 mm, Torx Security #10 screw found in the charger port.

  • Then pull the top of the charger off separating it from the bottom.

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Locate the fuse and pull it out with two fingers.
  • Locate the fuse and pull it out with two fingers.

  • Once you have located the fuse, if you have the replacement fuse just pull the old one out and put the new one in.

  • Replacement fuses can be found in hardware stores.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Can i get some help in locating the fuse in mt dcb 112 dewalt battery charger i cant found it

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