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I HAVE A JCB CD-20LI BATTERY DRILL THAT HAS JUST STOPPED WORKING THE BATTERYS ARE FINE.

HI THE DRILL STOPPED WORKING WHEN DRILLING A 20MM HOLE TRU SOME WOOD, THE BATTERYS SEEM FINE. THEY ARE FULLY CHARGED AND I HAVE TRIED THEM BOTH.

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