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I cannot see where to connect the power supply! I have no manual with this second hand cordless drill, and cannot see any holes to insert the power supply.

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If it has removable batterys then you have to install in the charger, but if it has a different type there should be a charging port either on the underside or back of the drill. Let me know the model number and I will be more specific

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