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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My cordless Black & Decker
Most likely it is the switch has gone bad or just a loose connection on the switch . you can take it apart and check the switch connections and make sure they all have a good connection.If they do then you should take a volt meter and make sure that when you puch the button they get proper voltage if not then order a switch and replace it .
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
I have the same problem. The guys at Batterries Plus told me that 7.2 volt battereis are not easily replaced and definately not through them. If you left it charging for to long (ie over a week when you were gone like me) then the battery is never gonna charge again. You might as well find the same model of dril at skil's reconditioned site for around $40 or buy a brand new one for $60 or $70
Posted on May 09, 2009
those unit were made for sears check there web site. the part number my tell you MFG of the unit. if not you'll have to buy it from sears
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
The problem is your batteries are either over heating or worn out. You might also have a problem with the charger but you'll need Dewalt tech support to determine if it's good or bad.
The first thing to do is clean the contacts. Use a white plastic pencil eraser and clean all the contacts you can reach. If there are any contact you can reach with the eraser use a Q-tip that is just damp (not wet) with rubbing alcohol to clean them.
Discharge your batteries completely then put them in the freezer for 8-24 hours. Take the batteries out of the freezer and let the set 24-48 hours after that put them on the charger, they'll either charge or you need new batteries (more likely) or a charger.
Posted on Jul 01, 2010
SOURCE: I have a B&D Pivot Plus Cordless
If your drill is a model PD600, your battery part number is 5102993-00 and this website is selling it for 15.00
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Posted on Nov 25, 2010
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