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Drill Batteries won't stay charged for more than 15 minutes

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1. Your batteries may be too old
2. Some of your batteries cells are bad
3. The charger may not be producing full output

Try dis-assembly and check each cell individually-Bad cells can be replaced at a fraction of cost of battery replacement.

Posted on May 23, 2008

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