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Dewalt battery 18 volt

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  • scmiller Apr 18, 2008

    the batteries wont hold a charge! i know my charger works fine cause it will charge my other batteries! i heard there is a way to fix that problem so they will hold a charge like brand new? any ideas? its a 18v dewalt xrp thank

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If the batteyr wont hold a charge then you need new pair of battery, if the battery are the the switch & motor needs to be replaced,

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Are you sure it is the battery and not a charger fault, is the charger warm after it's beeen plugged in for a while?
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How old is the battery? They do die if old and well used! You can try checking the fuse inside the charging unit . If this does not work or fuse is OK you can get the battery revived (there are places that do this) if it is not completely stuffed or just get a new battery which are quite cheep on ebay

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SOURCE: how to fix an old RYOBI 18 volt battery won't

take a hammer, and apply force. These batteries dont last forever... but i am serious about the hammer... you may be able to free up whats inside (if you know how a batterey works.)... also apply heat.. try to hit it from all angles than slam it down on the back and leave it sit... than try. I hope this works for you my dewalt batteries over the years have don this, and it works.. but BTW. it wont hold a charge for very long anymore.. the battery is pretty much garbage.

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SOURCE: i have a 18 volt xrp dewalt battery that it das

replace bat.try northerntool.com. i bought a couple of after market ones for mine and so far so good

Posted on Nov 15, 2009

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