Problem with 120v outlet

Superdoodydan

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I tried twice now to charge Milwaukee batteries with the 120v outlet. Once I plug in the charger the yellow light starts to flash which means “fault” according to the manual. It’s not the fast charge and is only rated to draw 252 watts. Well below the 300 watt while driving and 400 watt while engine on in park rating.
Anyone have this happen?
 
yes it's been discussed. I believe the Milwaukee charger doesn't like the modifed sine wave inverter. Someone on here installed their own pure sine inverter.
 
Yup its a Milwaukee charger that's sensitive to the A/C wave.
 
Okay. Thanks guys. It would be nice to charge while I drive but I have enough batteries to get me through the day on a regular basis. So I’ll just charge them overnight in the shop
 
Yea if you ae only going to use the Milwaukee i would just get their vehicle specific DC charger.
 

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