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1
Name Plate DC9700 Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 859153-0
Discontinued
N/A
2
Power Supply Cord AWG#18-2-2.0
Power Supply Cord AWG#18-2-2.0 Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 667915-0
Discontinued
N/A
3
Circuit Board
Circuit Board Obsolete - Limited Quantity
Part #: 631249-7
In stock
2 available
 $42.23
Add To Cart
4
Transformer 115V
Transformer 115V Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 649185-3
Discontinued
N/A
5
Charger Case Set Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 182951-0
Discontinued
N/A
6
Tapping Screw 4X20
Tapping Screw 4X20
Part #: 265874-8
In stock
3 available
 $0.68
Add To Cart
7
Lever Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 414597-7
Discontinued
N/A
8
Charger Case Set Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 182951-0
Discontinued
N/A

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Darrell
Question: DC9700A

Darrell

Is this charger obsolete and where does the 414597-7 Lever go on the circuit board?
Thank you.
John S
Reply: DC9700A

John S

The lever is used to change the circuit board charging voltage from 7.2 to 9.6. with the upper portion of the housing upside down, the lever fits just behind the slot where the battery slides into. I hope this helps.
Dean
Question: Part Needed 9700 Charger

Dean

When I push the red button all it does is buzz & the light does not come on for charging. What part is needed?
JOhn S
Reply: Part Needed 9700 Charger

JOhn S

Sometimes, on the circuit board, you can see where a soldered connection has come loose. The most common place is the transistor with the heat sink attached, where it goes into the circuit board. Try re-soldering these connections only.
Minnie Vaughn
Question: Lever

Minnie Vaughn

When taking the charger apart the lever fell out and I do not know where it goes back in.
I went to charge and smoke came out of the charger.
Colin Bird
Question: Parts Required

Colin Bird

When I put the battery into the charger, and switch on, it charges for a few moments and then switches off. What part do I require?
Rocky Ferrell
Reply: Parts Required

Rocky Ferrell

My DC9700 charger does the same thing except my charger trips the breaker reset switch within approximately 3 -4 seconds after reset has been pushed in with both of my batteries. This used to only happen if the battery was warm from using it; however, now it doesn't matter if the battery is warm or cold. --- Now I'm going to write what the factory Makita Label says about this (Label is on the left side of the charger housing)--- '*LIGHT GOES OUT AFTER 1-hr CHARGE OF BATTERY. *REST CHARGER 15 MINUTES BETWEEN CHARGINGS. *IF LIGHT DOES NOT COME ON PRESS RESET BUTON (Yellow) FIRST THEN START BUTTON (Red). IF LIGHT GOES OUT WITHIN 10 SECONDS EVEN AFTER PRESSING BOTH BUTTONS A COUPLE OF TIMES, BATTERY IS DEAD.' --- So, I would guess that it's now time to purchase a new re-chargable battery(s) for the drill.
Sam W
Reply: Parts Required

Sam W

My charger does the same thing and with new batteries, so I think it is the charger, not the batteries.
Frosty
Question: Battery Charger

Frosty

I have pulled apart the charger and can not find a thing wrong with it, so could you please tell me how I can replace the whole charger, there is one thing, when I plug it in to charge a battery the light does not come on, I have bought new batteries, but will not charge, please help Thanks Frosty
Linda
Reply: Battery Charger

Linda

I have the exact same problem. Someone please help, I love my Makita power tool. I want to use it.
huelsmann
Reply: Battery Charger

huelsmann

My charger does not charge and I cannot find anything wrong. I would like to replace the whole charger. It is a DC9700
Tinkerdave
Reply: Battery Charger

Tinkerdave

Hi,
What you have is a single line smart charger.What generally goes wrong is the circuit board goes out.Your best bet is to look on ebay as you can generally pick them up used cheap.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Tinker
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