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We have a Ryobi P100 Battery and a P110 charge. The battery became very hot while using it and die very fast. When trying to recharge the yellow and green light come on the charger. What is going on?

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It sounds like you drained the batteries down as far as they will go. This happened to me and then I purchased the 18V Lithium-Ion battery and charger. I was able to re-charge the drained battery on the new charger. This may work for you as well. They cheapest solution for you is to just purchase a new battery.

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