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I have a old cordess screwdriver that i love and have replaced the battery pack years ago .IT'S time again.

The model is a 9019 , type 1, 3.8v. cordless screwdriver the battery pack has a number on it . 9647mx ..... 3 batteries in series aprox 1 1/4" high and 7/8" in diameter all soldered with push on connectors
Is this available ? where , how much , how fast?


Thanks

Harvey Presement


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I say no. battery is more expensive that the drill.better buy new same type of drill

Posted on May 29, 2008

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