Question about Ryobi Drills
AC / DC Power Adapter Replaces Ryobi One+ Batteryhttp://lcdpayless.com/ryobi_one_power_adapter.php
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
Since your battery is most likely a NiCd battery, one or more of the individual cells inside the plastic case could be defective. Do what I have done and replace those NiCd batteries with Lithium batteries. They last much longer and can be left charged for a year without being re-charged, ready for when you need a drill or whatever tool.
Do NOT charge a Lithium battery in a charger designed for those NiCd batteries. The tech who replaced a set of Lithium batteries for me told me that will kill them. However, a green charger will charge both NiCd and Lithium batteries. The green charger will charge a battery in about one hour.
The idea of converting a cordless tool to a corded tool is ridiculous. Why do we buy a cordless tool? To use it where we don't have to worry about running an extension cord.
Posted on Nov 20, 2012
You can't! there's a overheat overload inside the battery pack.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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