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The lithium batery drains almost immediately. Fully charges. I bought a new battery, but same thing. Any ideas?

The lithium battery charges but drains almost immediately. I bought a new battery, but same thing. Any ideas?

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I purchased a brand new P113 Ryobi charger about 2 years ago. It has never worked. If I put a P104 battery in for a charge, it looks like it works correctly. I push the battery tester on the battery...


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You can revive the dead nicd batteries in your tools.
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