Recell - Rebuild a Milwaukee NiCad Battery Pack Yourself

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Recell - Rebuild a Milwaukee NiCad Battery Pack Yourself

Post by chuck » Sun 12 Jun , 2011 2:52 pm

One of my pet projects was to find a way to rebattery a Milwaukee drill in a way that wouldn't cost me an arm and a leg. I finally figured it out.

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Re: Recell - Rebuild a Milwaukee NiCad Battery Pack Yourself

Post by 1997HMCS » Sun 12 Jun , 2011 5:38 pm

Great find, Chuck. Thanks for sharing.

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Post by h1sp » Sun 26 Jun , 2011 5:22 pm

Thats a bit deep for my brain.
My stuff sits on a charger for days and last for ten min.
I went back to the plug in drills.

I guess im a TARD.
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Post by chuck » Tue 05 Jul , 2011 7:06 pm

I have my plugin drill too. I just couldn't toss out a perfectly good 250.00 drill. Now I'm happy.
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