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I purchased a Kawasaki 18V 2 speed drill less than a year ago. When the drill is not in use, should I leave the battery plugged in to the charger? The battery seems to lose its charge fairly rapidly and when I need the drill, the battery is dead. I haven't been able to use the drill when I need it because of the battery. I hate to leave it charging all the time.

Answer:

Hello David,

Please do not keep the battery in the charger as the battery and charger could overheat which would render then inoperable.  Please be advised that this is a very low cost unit, and, as such, the batteries contain a lower rating quality, requiring frequent charging due to its inability to hold a charge for a prolonged period of time.  The normal charge time for your battery is from 3-5 hours and it should not be left on the charger beyond this time.  The charger should also be unplugged when not in use.

Thanks for asking,

Carl

 



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