Question about Drills
Posted by Anonymous on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It has been my experience that when one component of a board goes bad that something else is wrong and even replacing that part still will not work. But you can try contacting Ryobi direct at their website and see if their tech service can get that for you. They are very vague when it comes to some of their products so good luck. Also as a thought if you have a tool repair facility in your area you might contact them and see if they have a junk charger laying around that you can scavenge for parts.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
have you tried the batterys in any other tool?
you would also need to check the voltage of the batterys they should be at least 18 volts (19 prefered)
then if the batterys do not show charged you would need to make sure the battery charger is putting out voltage.
After that contact your closest Ryobi service center we would check that for free to let you know what you need, I am sure you local place would do the same.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
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