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Need new batteries for PARKSIDE DRILL 18v type JDB 1500 mAH where can we get one?

I have 2 batteries that charge up but dont hold their charge in use, so need 2 new ones. Problem is finding where from.

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I found a 18V Powerglide battery at AceHardware.com and they say that it will fit ANY 18V Powerglide tool. Their part number is 2103992 and list price is 23.99. However I would strongly recommend that you look at the battery online to make sure it will match up. This is allthe information I can find. Good Luck

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Hi Eamon, If you have the user/owner manual for this drill/driver, it may have a schematic at the back to show the trigger switch with it's part number. It may even give you information on where to send for parts. I'm not familiar with the Parkside brand, so really don't know who to send you to for parts. If you don't find the manual email me and I'll shoot you a couple of ideas.

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