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Posted on Anyone have a Ryobi 18v Ni-cad drill they would sell or trade?

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#1 posted 854 days ago

Blakep, Thats the one! Drill is blue, black and yellow. Its gotta be the 18v though because I have the 18v batteries and charger…

Sas- The drill was acting a bit funny for a week or so and I went to use it the other day and it just stopped. I put a freshly charged battery in it and nothing. After pulling the trigger a few more times it finally started turning but only for a few seconds before there was a big pop sound and the smell of electrical burning. I am assuming its toast. I don’t know much about electric/battery motors so I doubt I could find the problem myself and I doubt its worth paying to have it fixed. What do you think?

-- Dan - "Collector of Hand Planes"


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