20 Most Recent Ace Hardware PowerGlide 18V Trigger Cordless Drill/Driver Questions & Answers


Try this before buying a new battery. Leave the battery in th \e freezer over nite. Next day allow the battery to thaw COMPLETELY before recharging it. If it works you'll get 70 to 80% of it's capacity back. Might want to check the charger with a voltmeter to see if it's working.

Ace Hardware... | Answered on Jul 15, 2015


I found a 18V Powerglide battery at AceHardware.com and they say that it will fit ANY 18V Powerglide tool. Their part number is 2103992 and list price is 23.99. However I would strongly recommend that you look at the battery online to make sure it will match up. This is allthe information I can find. Good Luck

Ace Hardware... | Answered on Dec 19, 2012


Check with Ace Hardware, they will direct you to the manufactere for a replacement charger or perhaps a place that sells aftermarket chargers...sometimes you pay more for a charger then you would for the whole drill assembly, especially if they run it on sale.

Ace Hardware... | Answered on Jul 02, 2010


give it toa person who can fix it

Ace Hardware... | Answered on Feb 11, 2010


please tell the charger model number or the part number marked on your battery. Otherwise, no one can give the solution.

Ace Hardware... | Answered on Jun 26, 2014

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