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Blown Bosch charger


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Charger for cordless drill/screwdriver has failed, and of course all Bosch stuff have slightly different batteries and chargers so the battery wont fit into the charger for the hedge trimmers. The 2404 charger is about £15 + postage on the net but all the pics show it with a 2 pin shaver type plug so presumably from Europe. I've also found an adaptor listed but its not clear which one it plugs into or which one you can plug into it. Unless its clever enough to be universal?


Anyone had this problem and solved it or got any advice?

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I don't use bosch drills anyone after three of them failed on me within one year, and im just a DIY guy not buying them professionally.

I have a cheap GMC? Drill that I bought from screwfix to get a job done and it's never let me down. Came with two batteries and was only about 60quid. It's outlasted all of my bosch power tools!

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Makita all day long for me. Can't be doing with breaking tools on a job. My drill/driver must be 4 or 5 years old - it's not had an easy life by any means although the chuck could probably use a clean up as it's getting a bit noisy.

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