You could use almost any charger designed for charging 14.4 VOLT
batteries providing you could properly rig the connections between the
charger and the battery.
Perhaps you could strip the battery pack receptical from the defunct
charger and use it as a connector?
But, since it appears you have limited electrical knowledge and don't
seem to know the difference between volts and amps, I'd suggest you play
it safe and get a whole new charger.
Try eBay. Searching for "Dewalt charger" will get you a zillion hits.
All the different brands of rechargeable batteries have proprietary
chargers/batteries..others wont fit.
My Dewalt 12V batteries finally died after 5 years.
Batteries alone cost $ 50.00 each at Lowes/ Home D.
A whole new DeWalt kit (drill/charger/2 batts/case) costs the same as buying
the 2 batteries ( $99.00)
I stalled and stalled using my old Craftsman and finally the $99.00 kit went
on sale for 89 with a $ 30.00 rebate so I now have 2 Drills/ 2 chargers and
Now the 18 Volt Batteries are $ 60.00 each...yada yada yada
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