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Delta cordless power tool batteries CL 180B

I have a Delta cordless power tool set of CL 180 series. Both batteries (CL 180B) are not charging anymore. Can anybody tell me where can I buy new replacement battery or repair it.

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My batteries also would not charge and I thought it was the charger. I then used some fine sandpaper and cleaned up the connectors on the batteries and I now have one charging. I will try the other one as soon as the first one is done. It looks like the charger doesn't contact the battery in the same places as the tools and they get dirty. I love my set and don't want to loose them. I just don't use them enough to need charging often.

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The Power Tool Doctor rebuilds power tool batteries, or you can just buy the cells and rebuild them yourself, but probably better to leave it to the pro's plus they have a warranty.

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I'm looking for some batteries myself. There is a company on E-bay that rebuilds your old batteries for $47.99 each including return shipping. I'll probably end up doing that myself.

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