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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?


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

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Where is the reset button on my hp pavilion g6 2035nr

it is not a cell phone.
so only asking why a battery is bad? why? why not replace it
is the PC dead? not told anything about that,
PC do lots of things, even dead.

the endless generic answer follows::
10 year olds PCs love to fail, for lots of things. I will list them now. (done so her 100 times)
1: bad battery. that old even 1 year old can fail,abused. but not one lasted 10 years, some can short and the PC is now dead until the huge battery is removed. it simply snaps off the bottom.
there is no physical button marked reset but the power button pressed 10seconds and release is the intel retest that recovers from failing sleep modes (all) and 2 more reasons ESD or lightning surges.

so does the PC run good , no BIG battery and AC power pack only used>
2: battery #1 the RTC coin cell is due, 2010 +7= year 2017
yours is 5 years old so may be ok.
3: HDD failures is next.? super common over 5 years mark

4: Using the wrong AC power pack are you, oops
18.5 V dc @ 3.5 A - 65W
below 65w will fail hard. even fail to charge the battery
does bios work? <<< a first thing to check , if PC dead.

if PC works on AC power says
then buy new battery .spend $15

next time post all evidence what the PC does, good and bad or ugly. and make help 10x more easy

My hp pavillion dv7 keyboard lock lights keep flashing; at one point the computer didn't want to boot up; I finally got that up today after six months. But the cap lock and the number lock lights still...

those are POST code, error codes, you need to watch time and count them. report them.
leave the battery main out.
does it run ok now? yes/no.? main battery out?.
even new cheap batteries fail easy and hard and short out.
test it with no main battery. it can run on AC power for ever.

are you going to run the COIN cell RTC battery for 10 more years.
it wont make it..
this PC is 10 years old today (can be) so is RTC battery end of life. most fail in 5 to 7 years, says the pink bunny. (and is correct)
the manual shows how to replace it at the real HP Site,
fixya is not hp, not at all.

page 63 shows the way to the RTC

if you power on the PC, and hammer the f10 key]
BIOS runs, its menus;
check the time and date here, if wrong the RTC battery is dead.

read page 3 how.

  • old PC have many points of failure (endless it seems)
  • does the fan run? is it packed in lint, as all are this old.?
  • causing it to overheat?
  • RTC coin cell bad.
  • main battery bad. (just leave it out until the PC runs right again)
  • power pack wires broken, or running real hot.
  • HDD going bad,
  • windows infected?, no OS stated but avoid XP.

HP caps lock POST blink code page is a horror of horrors
no 2008 listing, to name one flaw (2011 and newer sadly)

here is a old post at HP, one guy 3 year ago said

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CPU not functional
LEDs blink 2 times
BIOS corruption failure (RTC coin cell dead)
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Module error not functional
LEDs blink 4 times
Graphics controller not functional
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System board
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BIOS authentication failure

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My old black & decker power screw driver will not accept a charge. I cannot get it charged up.

Black & Decker stopped doing battery packs for the older screwdrivers, like the 9018, some time ago so you cannot get them.

However you can still buy replacement NiCad, Sub C, 1.2v, tagged batteries that will do the job on the older 2.4v models as NiCad batteries for use in power tools are exempt under the European ban on importing NiCad batteries where used in power tools (Specific Exemption).

When you open up the screwdriver look at the positioning of the batteries and the tags/connectors and solder them together the same way.

So all you need is a soldering iron to join the centre tags together and then trim the end tags, top and bottom, to the width of the live/negative connectors and you have got a new battery pack.

It doesn't have to be pretty but after a small investment and a little effort it sure beats paying out £30 to £50 for a new screwdriver. I have done this for my older Black & Decker and Bosch screwdrivers which all work like new again.


These generally have a 2 year warranty and I'm sure these are well out of warranty. Afraid that they really aren't a repairable item as you'll probably find it will be cheaper to replace them. But call the Customer Service line all the same and they can put you in contact with the Service Centre in your area - 1800 444 224
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