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No power on a fully charged batery why?

I charged my battery connected it to my drill. I still have no power.

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Users have reported problems with the charger and battery life on this drill. If possible verify the charger is working by swapping it with another or using a voltmeter on the plug.

If it is, the battery has failed and will not hold a charge. It is uneconomical to replace it.

Posted on Nov 23, 2013

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