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HOW TO REPAIR A INGERSOLL RAND BATTERY PACK 14.4 NI-CD

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My dear friend,

If you want to repair your old nicd and want to make them work like the new ones then of course there is a solution to all your nicad battery related problems. You don't have to buy new ones because you can repair it at home. There is this very nice and efficient Nicad Battery Repair Guide through which you can recharge the old Nicad batteries within no time. With the help of Nicad battery repair manual, you can recharge the old batteries using basic home tools. I tried it myself and now I never buy new Nicad batteries anymore!

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No repairs.. buy a new one

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