Skil Flexi-Charge System Twin 3.6V Battery Charger 92942 for 2040 2072 2207 2211 2236 2237 2273
Skil Flexi-Charge Twin Power Pack Battery Charger consists of a
compact charging unit that plugs into the wall socket via a transformer on a cord, with
dual ports for Flex-Charge batteries, and charging LED. Unit has a slot on back for wall mounting and four bit holders as well.
Charger is suitable for Flexi-Charge batteries used with Skil power drills and screwdrivers, and particularly models with two batteries such as 2072, 2236, 2237, and 2273.
Read This Before Purchasing This Charger
The charger you are replacing could have been burned out by a bad battery -- an internally shorted battery will overheat and melt down the wall transformer of this charger. A bad battery will melt down a new charger just as easily. Please follow the instructions at the bottom of this listing to test your battery before attempting to fully charge it.
- For use with all Skil Flexi-Charge products
- Recharges battery in 3 hours
- LED indicates charging in process and that unit is functional
Battery Test, (by USER), with a VOLT-OHM Meter:
- Take a reading on your Battery in question in DC volts. Write down the reading.
- Place battery in A KNOWN GOOD CHARGER for 3 to 5 minutes.
- Take another reading on the battery, IF it is NOT up to the rated voltage of the battery, It IS INTERNALLY SHORTED, AND SHOULD NOT BE CHARGED FOR THE RECOMMENDED TIME. It will melt down a new charger. It needs to be replaced.
THIS BATTERY IS BAD AND SHOULD BE REPLACED, AND IS OF NO FURTHER USE OF ANY KIND. (Will burn up any good charger.)
The same type of battery, if after 4 minutes on charger, reads 18.0 volts. BATTERY IS GOOD TO USE.
- If the battery or transformer is approaching a temperature that is too hot to touch remove it from the charger or power source as soon as possible. This battery is causing the charger to heat up too much and will damage the charger. Please dispose of this battery properly.
- Usually this will happen with the first couple of minutes but do monitor it carefully for the first charge cycle of each battery..
Instructions provided by: Robert Bosch Tool Corporation, Houston, Texas.