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Power Subbly I can't get new batteries for this drill. I need a 6 volt 1.5 or 2 amp power supply that I can put into the handle where the batteries were and run the drill as a cord drill off the 110v ac. If I had a schematic and parts list I could make it myself on a pc board. The drill had five cells in it so its a good size cavity approx 1 3/4 inch square.

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Buy a small on board battery charger/maintainer its cheaper and they provide enough current and they do make them in 6 volt models

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