Question about Drills
Both yellow and green lights on whenever i try to recharge the batteries. they will not however take a charge
Sounds very much like the batterys we used to have ryobi drills but the batterys dont last now we use makita/dewalt/bosch
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
there is a fuseable link inside the battery , this will be blown , If you have your proof of purchase then contact Ryobi and they usually replace the batterys free of charge and in the past would often replace the entire kit .
( ex Ryobi warranty agent )
hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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