Question about Air Tools & Compressors
I have removed the four screws on the side top near the handle and cannot remove the top easily. Is it necessary to remove all of the case screws to access and therby change the battery.
Remove all the case screws, except the rubber feet. Remove the handle. unplug both batterys, seperate the two halves of the case. A plastic tray seperating the two batteries will be preventing the removal of the bottom battery bracket screw which is metal. I drilled through the plactic to enable a long screwdriver to remove the bottom bracket screw. An extendable magnet was used to retrieve the screw, although not necessary. The top battery bracket screw can be removedat any time once clearance is gained. . What a PITA, stupid engineering!
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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