I got sick of staring at all these 18v Ryobi tools lying around the shop without batteries to power them and found a cheap solution to bring them back into use. As mentioned part-way through the video, these puppies can be used to weld, be very careful messing with high capacity power packs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bABCvucGATc
Views: 23637 BauTek Industries
Don't buy new battery just Restore revive 18-volt lithium battery P102 by drilling two holes on a battery one on each side of the battery pack and boosting the energy back to the power source with some kind of power supply to reboost using two pieces of wire about a foot length placing the wires into positive to positive and negative to negative . If this Method doesn't work for you I have a completely different solution for that just let me know with a message and I'll make a new video for you. Guaranteed the new Method . My other link for Ryobi lithium battery p108 https://youtu.be/OAt5TTq_4fw
Views: 171274 tomstuff460
My first crack at rebuilding a failed Ryobi Battery, repairing the Ryobi 1.5ah battery with used NCR18650 laptop battery 18650 cells. Can't be sure but I think the battery failed due to issues with the BMS, however, BMS may have been damaged by me spot welding but I'll never really know. The end result was I now have a working battery with 2.8ah capacity for low drain applications. Nickle & End rings to protect cells were from Keith's eBay store - https://goo.gl/cJ3XLS And the spotwelder - http://www.diypowerwalls.com/709ad ■▬▬▬▬▬ Links ▬▬▬▬▬■ Total Project Cost - https://goo.gl/cfLqZf 18650 wall mounts - https://goo.gl/xDUzSV Batrium BMS - http://www.batrium.com Cloud Mining - https://hashflare.io/r/88EC385A ■▬▬▬▬▬ Stalk Me ▬▬▬▬▬■ ► Forum : http://www.diypowerwalls.com/t-HBPowerwall-Offical ► Website : http://www.hbpowerwall.com (Links to YouTube) ► Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/hbpowerwall ► Twitter : http://twitter.com/hbpowerwall ► Insta : https://www.instagram.com/hbpowerwall ■▬▬▬▬▬ Support ▬▬▬▬▬■ If you'd like to support the channel your help is appreciated greatly. Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/user?ty=h&u=3477148 PayPal - https://www.paypal.me/homebrewpowerwall Merchandise - http://www.diypowerwalls.com/18650ED ■▬▬▬▬▬ Affiliates ▬▬▬▬▬■ Amazon - http://amzn.to/2v7vV71 eBay - https://goo.gl/tk6Qdd TubeBuddy - https://www.tubebuddy.com/hbpowerwall ■▬▬▬▬▬ Music Credits ▬▬▬▬▬■ ▽ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ■ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Thanks for tuning in as always! Pete
Views: 13338 HBPowerwall
Identifying the good cells in a dead battery and moving them to another battery, to get it working. But even the 'good' cells are well used, so will this repair stand the test of time? WARNING: Repairing lithium power tool batteries is potentially DANGEROUS. Wear eye protection, do not short or overheat cells. If in doubt - buy new batteries.
Views: 167633 Julian Ilett
I said i would rebuild and so i did, the ryobi 18v lithium battery i showed im my last video. The end result is a quality just as good as the laptop battery i had (doesnt last long) but overall it was a success. The model of the battery is P104. I think it is the first generation of lithium batteries from ryobi. 46 what hours, not 72 wh. I will be attempting to rebuild the 40 volt ryobi battery you see in the end of the video as well. The awesome ifixit tool: https://www.amazon.com/iFixit-Pro-Tech-Toolkit-pcs/dp/B007XGWQ2Y/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1495275480&sr=8-4&keywords=ifixit Spot Weldder: Check out 1.9kw Pulse Spot Welder Sunkko 709A Battery Welding Soldering Machine 110V #Sunkko http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/231690831424?roken=cUgayN&soutkn=8DyKbY via @eBay
Views: 3936 TRY to HELP you
Whats up guys, since the last rebuild video discoveries have been made. Essentially i have rebuilt what i have found to be faulty batteries in the first place. I am certain the acircuit boards are the cuplrit however i may be wrong. A full rebuild and they still wont take a car unless the charge is manually done with a balance charger. I hope this helps you learn about the batteries. If you have any knowledge about them please share them in the comments below.
Views: 1542 TRY to HELP you
I diagnose a dead 18volt ryobi lithium battery pack. These are easily re-packed with laptop battery packs. They take 5 18650 cells and providing the battery managment circuit isn't dead, can be easily revived.
Views: 58969 voltare2amstereo
Recovering not charging Ryobi One + Plus Li-Ion battery by charging it with a power supply using maximum of 4.2 volts per each of its 5 Samsung 18650 battery cell pairs that can be found inside once 5 security screws are removed from the top battery cover. Also by taking it apart you will see why lithium smart batteries cost more than similar Ni-Cd battery packs as they have the smart circuit tree that is complex and unfortunately not easy to fix repair and although giving a convenient way of checking battery charge level it gives away reliability due to its complex and heat sensitive nature.
Views: 5419 sezardon
In this video, I will show you a brand new Ryobi 4Ah battery being unpacked from a new package and torn down to remove the Samsung 18650 batteries in it.
Views: 27871 vuaeco
Use this trick to save $$$. I have had a bunch of these batteries just stop working and not take a charge one day. I finally decided to see if I could get this one working again instead of spending more money on batteries. Hopefully this trick will help save someone else some money. This is the AC Adapter I am using to attempt to put some charge back in the battery: http://amzn.to/2FPUYA6 See all My recommendations on my Amazon Page: https://www.amazon.com/shop/frugalpre... If you Found value in this Video Please Consider becoming a Patron of my Channel: https://www.patreon.com/frugalprepper
Views: 188165 FrugalPrepper's Garage & Garden
I am really happy with my Ryobi tools. My friend that got me hooked on this nice semi-prof brand of cordless tools, had a battery that would no longer charge. And I got it to try to do this revival video :-) Link to Angle Grinder this on Amazon : - http://amzn.to/1QfwKQf Link to Ryobi 18-Volt Li-ion 4Ah Battery - http://amzn.to/1QfxcOp _________________________________________________________________ http://www.patreon.com/myplayhouse Even just 1$ a month, comes out to the same as Binge-watching all of my 500+ Videos every month. My PlayHouse is a channel where i will show, what i am working on. I have this house, it is 168 Square Meters / 1808.3ft² and it is full, of half-finished projects. I love working with heating, insulation, Servers, computers, Datacenter, green power, alternative energy, solar, wind and more. It all costs, but I'm trying to get the most out of my money, and my time.
Views: 27044 My PlayHouse
Hello everyone! This is a complete detail on how to wire up a brand new battery pack using an off brand battery pack. If you know how to solder, you can do this and save a lot of money. thank you for watching and subscribing. Please click the link below for more videos. How to check for bad batteries using a volt meter https://youtu.be/nDtV26Qwue4
Views: 184840 Peter Zafra
Nicd Battery Pack Rebuild Total cost at time of rebuild was $22.54 to rebuild the entire 14.4V Pack with better than original batteries. Here are soldering tabs:http://amzn.to/2dMfqFX Here are great cells with tabs pre installed: http://amzn.to/2ld99IF 16 cells= 19.2 v packs 15 cells=18volt packs 12 cells =14.4volt packs 10 cells = 12volt packs If you need a soldering iron: http://amzn.to/2ldgPuD This is my favorite 140watt: http://amzn.to/2kAYbK1 "Sub C" are approx 1-11/16" or 43.1mm tall "4/5 Sub C" are approx 1-5/16" or 33.4mm tall Both are approx 7/8" or 23mm round the same as a C size battery UPGRADING TO LITHIUM: https://youtu.be/q2eaKCzf04c Combining Packs: I didn't want to go too much into the theory of load testing the cells. You can charge the pack and let it sit for a few days/week. Then put a flash light 3v bulb onto a individual cell and measure the voltage as the bulb is attached. You'll be able to determine the strong cells vs the weak. The good cells should stay around 1.3 volts or more. You'll see some drop right under a volt immediately(those are really bad). Letting it sit for a while shows you the cells with high self discharge rates.
Views: 996649 sixtyfiveford
Hardcore Punk Easy fix for a 18V Ryobi Lithium Battery I had three die in the same day. These batteries have a tendency to die if drained too far but especially if you are a lazy POS like me and leave them on the charger. They also don't like cold so don't leave them in garage in winter. Batteries are not dead but need a small charge to jumpstart them.... Follow the video.
Views: 13393 CoreJunkie
IN PART 2- CELL WAS NOT REALLY DEAD, REAL EASY FIX. click this link to watch- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWmu3U7tndA BATTERY PACK WAS DEAD(NOT REALLY, WATCH PART 2) AND AFTER OPENING IT UP I REALIZED WHY, ONE 18650 BATTERY OUT IF 5 WAS BASICALLY DEAD AT LESS THAN 1 VOLT. cheaper to replace the one dead cell / battery than replacing the whole battery pack. THIS PACK CONTAINS 5 SAMSUNG INR18650 13Q LITHIUM ION BATTERIES FROM A -'RYOBI ONE +' 18V BATTERY PACK. PART 2- CELL WAS NOT REALLY DEAD, REAL EASY FIX. click this link to watch- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWmu3U7tndA
Views: 1774 cheep bastard
When I bought these tools, two of the batteries were bad, and after a little bit of work I was able to repair both batteries. Both batteries work fine. To this day, they still do not compare to a new 4 amp hour battery. This time I have purchased four batteries. I am much more confident about building future battery packs and repairing battery packs as a result.
Views: 23722 Jay Danner
If your RYOBI Ni Cad Battery will not take a charge than this little trick may work for you. This is to be done on Ni Cad Batteries only. Trying this on other types of batteries can result in possible injury or damage. This is not a permanent fix but will get a old battery going a for a bit. Try this at your own risk. Do not try this on any other batteries other than Ni Cad. I'm not sure that this is completely safe or that this not harmful to your equipment. Use caution.
Views: 26574 Paisteboy
Today I will show you how to revive a dead 18650 Li-ion cell that's being refused by the chargers. This method will work with any Li-ion battery, not just the 18650 cells. Here's my follow-up video:https://youtu.be/vFmbG8GpS4A if you wonder how much current (Amps) goes through the wire. Note: this is not a permanent way to charge an 18650 cell. The point of this method is just to bring up the voltage of the dead cell to a point that is enough for a real 18650 charger to accept it and charge it properly. When a Li-ion battery does not have high enough voltage, the charger would not charge it. I think the reason is safety because if the voltage is too low, it might take a risk of charging a NiMH or NiCad cell which are only 1.2 volts each. And if you put a NiMH or NiCad cell (at 1.2 Volts) in a Li-ion charger that charges up to 4.2 volts, all hell will break loose. Also: don't overdischarge a Li-ion cells down to below 3V especially below the threshold recognized by the charger. Otherwise, it will not live long. The "Goldilocks" zone for a long and healthy Li-ion cell life is between 30% and 90% charge. Too much charge or discharge would be bad for the cell.
Views: 472287 vuaeco
Add me on Facebook (click LIKE on Facebook to add me) http://on.fb.me/1lHLtqC Convert your cordless drill battery to lithium for free by makeing battery pack out of old laptop battery.So your power drill will be upgraded to lithium and will last longer. Donate if you enjoy my videos * http://goo.gl/hgqEeo Subscribe to my channel American Hacker:http://bit.ly/1reKdMa
Views: 423145 Hacktuber
My p108 lithium Ryobi battery has gone dead and I'm going to try to revive this battery with my old method so you guys can can do the same. Remember just drill the plastic only NOT the terminal or the batteries in the inside. is going to work for you it worked for me if you like this video please click like. Thanks for watching My Link for my Ryobi lithium batteries P102 https://youtu.be/acxUsuo8dVg
Views: 46143 tomstuff460
Ryboi battery that suddenly stopped charging and working due to unbalanced cells. Here is how you fix this. Please excuse the exposure level at the beginning of this video, I forgot to change the camera settings.
Views: 775 Electronicle
I'm linking to a similar product that I have NOT verified, because this one says it's unavailable. That means the Chinese sellers ran out of inventory and probably closed up shop knowing their reputations were probably shot. I don't know. But the battery I got is still going strong. The 4Ah with the charge bar LEDs: http://amzn.to/2nHW1ey 3/17/17 Update: 6 weeks after this video, those batteries are still fully charged despite on/off use. Non-brand name batteries are a risky proposition. But Ryobi, and probably all of their competitors (Worx especially) charges a fortune for their batteries. Yes, the 18V batteries fit their entire line of power tools (that are the 18V kind), but $70+ for 1 battery? Yikes. I've had good luck with these replacements. When they die, I will update accordingly with how long they lasted. I ONLY LINK TO PRODUCTS I USE! IF IT'S CRAP, the link will be to my website I'm building where I expose these Chinese a-holes who are trying to sell cheap crap that you won't return to make a profit. I'm sure I could make a few bucks even off the crap, but I have a conscience.
Views: 7671 Real Product Demos, see before you buy
To see how this has held up after 20 months, check out my latest video on this build: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7jvxP44MHo By taking the cells from a used laptop battery I bought for $5, I was able to upgrade my Black & Decker battery pack to lithium ion. The stock battery pack is notorious for low battery life, this upgrade will give at least 1.5x the capacity for very little time or money. Use at your own risk, lithium ion batteries can be temperamental, so do the proper homework before trying. I'd like to thank the following two channels for the inspiration on this project: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9L8yLImI3prvPvX9ldEaDA and https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_vyXxaDT3ZBLbxX3k3VelQ I suggest checking out their videos, both are very knowledgeable and nice as well. Time will tell what the slight over voltage does to my equipment, but so far no heat problems have been observed. My speculation is faster brush wear, but the motor is usually the last thing that breaks on these plastic tools lol.
Views: 111613 Geo Schoonmaker
I just wanted to make a quick video to show how I was able to get my 18V Ryobi cordless drill batteries to take a charge again. This is actually the second battery I did. Well the 2 batteries that came with the tool kit stopped taking a charge and just blinking red in the "smart charger" after only about a month. I was not shocked (pun intended) since they felt a bit lighter than the more expensive ones I already had from this manufacturer. I don't know if the 12V DC I used is the only method, but it worked twice in a row for me. I said 2 seconds in the video, but I don't know if it was even that long. If it didn't work the first time I would have gone back and tapped the positive for a few more seconds. In summary, both batteries that I fixed have now been fully cycled multiple times in the charger and have worked like new in all my tools. After I let the one charge fully that is shown in the video I put it in the flashlight to test it and ended up turning it off after 3hrs. Bottom line, I couldn't be happier that it worked and saved a bunch of money by not having to get new batteries. Lastly, if my batteries had been old and well used I would not have tried this due to the dangers of lithium batteries, I would have just gotten new ones. In my case, I knew they were only a month or so old and had somehow dropped below the "smart charger" built-in voltage threshold, which I think is around 3V for most lithium chargers. That is all I believe really happened, is that I simply raised the voltage just enough so that the smart charger would recognize the battery and allow it to receive a charge. The output specs on the adapter were: 12VDC, 500mA I needed a T-10 security bit to remove the screws for the battery case.
Views: 53087 5AL1VE
Easy method to bring your RYOBI power tool lithium battery back to life. Please use all necessary safety precautions before attempting the procedure shown in this video. Batteries can explode if not handled with caution.
Views: 119883 Matt Eannarino
If this helped you how about throwing me a buck on paypal? firstname.lastname@example.org is the paypal. How to fix Ryobi 18volt batteries that wont charge . we all know they are a POS! THIS WILL REALLY HELP YOU.
Views: 349574 chaseme81871
I spent a lot of time trying to figure out the charging problem with my Ryobi 40 volt Lithium batteries. They were only 2 years old... Flashing red and green light on the charger.... both of them, and neither would charge. I didn't have the original receipt from Home Depot where I purchased them... So I spent countless hours trying to get them to charge so I could mow my lawn. I finally just went to Home Depot and bought a third one for $100 (ouch) so I could get the job done. Later on I found out that Ryobi has a 3 year warranty on the battery and charger.... and you DO NOT NEED the receipt in order to get them to replace the charger and/or the battery for FREE if your still in the 3 year replacement window. Save your self some time / pain and suffering and call them at: 1 877 655 5250
Views: 19772 Tim Bo
I am not paying 100 € for one of those chargers. -- THIS VIDEO IS RELEASED TO THE PUBLIC DOMAIN To the extent possible under law, I have waived all copyright and related or neighbouring rights to this work, according to the Creative Commons CC0 affirmer. This means that anyone is free to use this content in any manner they see fit, without my objection. However, the video may still contain copyrighted content (images, video, audio, software, etc.) that does not belong to me. WHILE I DO NOT RESERVE THE RIGHTS OF ANY PART OF THIS VIDEO, THE COPYRIGHT OF THIRD-PARTY CONTENT STILL BELONGS TO ITS RESPECTIVE OWNERS. THE COPYRIGHT OF THIRD-PARTY CONTENT IS NOT WAIVED. THE VIDEO IS PROVIDED AS-IS, AND I DO NOT PROVIDE ANY GUARANTEE OF ITS QUALITY.
Views: 15024 FFcossag
Having seen Julian Ilett dismember a larger version of the lithium battery pack used with the Ryobi one-plus power tool range, I decided to have a look inside one of my own. Especially when I'd just bought a cordless circular saw and wanted to see how the battery pack could handle the power requirements of a fairly high current tool. It's worth noting that the cordless circular saw is designed for simple cuts of sheet wood and not for full-on continuous industrial use. Inside is a surprisingly simple array of just five 18650 style cells with beefy interconnects and a control PCB for handling the charge/discharge requirements of lithium cells. If you could source decent known-quality cells capable of super high current then there's no obvious reason you couldn't fit an old or faulty battery pack with a set of new cells. Julian's teardown of a higher capacity pack differs from this one in that it uses five clusters of two paralleled cells to give a higher capacity, but just treats each pair of cells as a single cell.
Views: 50750 bigclivedotcom
Fixin' MaTools episode 4. I use the NiCd battery cells from Harbor Freight 18 volt battery packs to fix my Craftsman 19.2 volt drill, my 14.4 volt drill, and my 4.8 volt cordless screwdriver.
Views: 15553 jster1963
Does your li-ion battery fail to charge in the charger? This DIY method shows how to wake dormant Li-ion cells above thier low threshold voltage allowing them to be charged normally. WARNING! Try at your own risk, these batteries can explode!
Views: 242307 Donnie Cox
In this video I'll transform this old, cordless power drill Ni-Cd battery to lithium battery by using 18650 Sony VTC5 cells. Update! From the date when video was made pased some time and Sony released new version of high drain cells with bigger capacity 3120mAh - VTC6. Genuine Sony VTC6 cells could be bought here: 2 pcs - https://goo.gl/2TyRsB 4 pcs - https://goo.gl/GeqJTX 8 pcs - https://goo.gl/WfYuXB Authentic Sony US18650VTC5 2600mAh cells came from Gearbest.com: 4pcs: http://www.gearbest.com/batteries/pp_357766.html?wid=21&lkid=10290430 8pcs: http://www.gearbest.com/batteries/pp_399867.html?wid=21&lkid=10290436 SKYRC iMAX B6AC V2 6A Balance Charger: http://www.gearbest.com/multi-rotor-parts/pp_282143.html?wid=21&lkid=10290452 SKYRC iMAX B6 mini Balance Charger: http://www.gearbest.com/multi-rotor-parts/pp_176503.html?wid=21&lkid=10290454 Support Well Done Tips on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/welldonetips Due to factors beyond the control of WellDoneTips, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. WellDoneTips assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. WellDoneTips recommends safe practices when working with the tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of WellDoneTips, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not WellDoneTips.
Views: 1906011 Well Done Tips
Rebuilding my dead 20v lithium battery pack that I bought off ebay.. I am replaceing the batteries with new 3400mah Panasonic NCR18650B cells. Amazon Link to Security Bits https://www.amazon.com/DEWALT-DWAX200-Security-Screwdriving-31-Piece/dp/B00C1XZIJC/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1470365569&sr=8-2&keywords=security+bit+set Panasonic NCR18650B Spec Sheet http://www.batteryspace.com/prod-specs/NCR18650B.pdf Amazon Link to Panasonic NCR18650B Batteries https://www.amazon.com/NCR18650B-3400mAh-Rechargeable-Batteries-Panasonic/dp/B00GS48XRE/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1470365612&sr=8-3&keywords=ncr+18650b Note: After Some further testing I don't think that the Panasonic cell can not produce as much current as the cells that were in the Dewalt pack.. It doesn't seem to run my Cordless Jigsaw that I have.. Oh well it works great on the drill.
Views: 84492 Keylitho
How to diagnose and repair a rechargeable battery pack that doesnt hold charge. Ryobi p100 battery. Nicad How to wire up a harbor freight 18 volt battery pack to work with your ryobi pack https://youtu.be/NgRsCw9fLRs How to rebuild an old broken rechargeable battery pack for cheap. https://youtu.be/wn6ruw_39MM
Views: 154839 Peter Zafra
http://mikesinventions.etsy.com Does your battery no longer hold a charge? Do you want to save a bit of money? I did. Plus, I wanted to see how hard it was to rebuild my own battery pack. It's not hard. I show you how I did it. I used 15 Sub-C sized Ni-Cd batteries to rebuild my 18 volt Dewalt XRP battery pack. It required removing the 6 Torx screws, opening the pack, removing the contacts from the cells, soldering the cells together, and putting it all back together. This is not something I would do again. I will just pay a bit more for the pre-assembled cells and install them rather than resolder everything. It will save a ton of time, and my time is valuable. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B009WXZMIG/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Views: 71593 Mike Thompson
Here we have a Worx brand battery that powers various lawn care tools. It is an 18v pack, meaning it has five Lithium Ion batteries, that are rated at 3.7 volts each. Three of the five batteries have failed (0 volts), one had 0.7volts, and the last battery was healthy at 3.6 volts. Needless to say, this battery did not work. We pulled it apart, and replaced all five batteries with more robust, 2600 mah Lithium ion cells. It comes standard with 1300 mah cells. We doubled the capacity of the cells. We welded new tabs on, where applicable, and reused the main tabs on the last positive and negative terminals. Lithium cells typically take less energy to weld a tab on them, that a regular Ni-CD or Ni-MH, as the terminal is thinner. Watch this video, and if you want to start rebuilding battery packs, give us a call and we can get a Sunstone Engineering welder in your hands! Let us know if you have any questions. Phone: +1-801-658-0015 Toll Free Phone: 1-877-786-9353 Email: sales@SunstoneEngineering.com Website: www.SunstoneEngineering.com
Views: 15732 Sunstone Welders
Introduction and initial review of the new Ryobi P108 high capacity 4AH 18 volt battery. The battery is very similar in performance to the 4.2 AH "hotrod" rebuilt batteries from China that are commonly available on Ebay and Alibaba.com
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Only works on NiCd batteries. Do not try on other battery types. In this video I take an old 18V NiCd battery that has not been used for 4 years, because it wouldn't hold a charge. My Ryobi battery that I used on all my cordless tools (circular saw, drill, reciprocating saw, vacuum, rotary saw, sander, and flashligh). You will need an alternate source that is around twice the voltage of the battery you want to rejuvenate. I need 36 volts and was only able to combine the 3 batteries I had to make 45V. I could have drained some charge down, but I decided to just use the 45V and it did the job. I connected my batteries in a series, but you can use any source that is about 36v. It is important that you follow these steps to get proper results. If you are not able to recharge after this you most likely have a dead cell. 1st - Fully drain your battery, so it shows no voltage on the meter. 2nd - Connect your batteries in a series. 3rd - Take the negative lead of your series and attach it to the negative terminal of your dead battery (I just taped it into place) 4th - take the positive lead from the series and quickly and repetitively tap it to the positive terminal of the dead battery for 5-7 seconds. 5th - Check current with the multimeter to make sure your dead battery accepted the charge. If it did not wait 5-10 minutes and try again, before determining you have another problem, just in case you made a mistake in the process the first time. 6th - wait 10-15 minutes before attempting to charge. 7th - Fully charge battery and test test on multimeter. 8th - Enjoy your newly rejuvenated battery This will work on most all NiCd batteries. This is a must for anyone with a cordless drill. Save your drill for years! Works for Dewalt, Sears, Craftsman, Ryobi, Porter-cable, Black & Decker, Kawasaki, Makita, Bosch, Milwaukee, Rigid, Panasonic, Ridgid, Hitachi, Snap-On, Cordless Max, Master Mechanic, Drill Master, and any other type of drill with a NiCd battery. Works on 9V, 9.6V, 12V, 14V, 14.4V 18V, 19.2V, 20V, or 9, 9.6, 12, 14, 14.4, 18, 19.2, 20 volt battery do it yourself and bring it back to life. DIY German DIY Wie / fix wieder zu beleben / verjüngen / Reparatur / tanken einen schlechten toten wiederaufladbare NiCd-Akku für schnurlose Russian Как оживить / исправление / омолодить / Ремонт / перезарядки плохой мертвой аккумуляторную NiCd аккумулятор для беспроводного Rabotayet tol'ko na nikel'-kadmiyevykh akkumulyatorov. Ne pytaytes' na drugikh tipov batarey. Spanish Cómo revivir / fix / rejuvenecer / Reparación / recargar una batería recargable muertos mal NiCd para inalámbrico Sólo funciona con baterías de NiCd. No trate de otros tipos de baterías. En este video me tomo una vieja batería de 18V NiCd que no ha sido utilizado desde hace 4 años, ya que no retiene la carga. Mi batería Ryobi que he usado en todos mis herramientas sin cable (sierra circular, taladro, sierra de sable, de vacío, sierra giratoria, lijadora, y flashligh). Usted necesitará una fuente alternativa que es alrededor de dos veces el voltaje de la batería que usted quiere rejuvenecer. Necesito 36 voltios y sólo era capaz de combinar las 3 baterías que tenía que hacer 45V. Yo podría haber drenado un poco de carga hacia abajo, pero decidí simplemente usar el 45V y no el trabajo. Me conecté mis pilas en una serie, pero se puede usar cualquier fuente que está a punto de 36v. Es importante que siga estos pasos para obtener resultados adecuados. Si usted no es capaz de recargar después de esto es muy probable que tenga una célula muerta. Primero - drenar completamente la batería, por lo que no muestra el voltaje en el medidor. 2 º - Conecte las baterías en una serie. 3 º - Tome el cable negativo de la serie y adjuntarlo a la terminal negativa de la batería muerta (Acabo grabó en su lugar) Cuarto - tome el cable positivo de la serie y de forma rápida y repetitivamente aprovechar al terminal positivo de la batería descargada durante 5-7 segundos. 5 º - Comprobar actual con el multímetro para asegurarse de que su batería muerta aceptó el cargo. Si no se hizo esperar 5-10 minutos e inténtelo de nuevo, antes de determinar que tiene otro problema, en caso de que cometió un error en el proceso de la primera vez. 6 º - esperar 10-15 minutos antes de intentar cargarla. 7 º - Cargue completamente la batería y test test de multímetro. 8 º - Disfrute de su batería recién rejuvenecido Esto funciona en la mayoría de todas las baterías de NiCd. Esto es una necesidad para cualquier persona con un taladro inalámbrico. Guarde su taladro por años! cualquier otra tipo de taladro con una batería de NiCd. Trabajos sobre 9V, 9.6V, 12V, 14V, 18V 14.4V, 19.2V, 20V, o 9, 9.6, 12, 14, 14.4, 18, 19.2, batería de 20 voltios hágalo usted mismo y traerlo de vuelta a la vida.
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DIY Ni-Cd To Lithium Battery Replace Conversion By Using 18650 Cells I'll transform this old, cordless power drill Ni-Cd battery to lithium battery by using 18650 Samsung SDI cells. If you want something profi, buy high drain cells with max discharge current 35A, for electric toys. Here you can see the products High Drain Lithium 18650 AliExpress https://goo.gl/h3xRKZ eBay https://goo.gl/3VXqgk BMS PCM Battery Protection Board eBay http://goo.gl/7ynz5F AliExpress https://goo.gl/7oFLhU Replace Convert Ni-Cd With Li-Ion Batteries for all drills BOSCH MAKITA DeWALT BLACK & DECKER Milwaukee Skil RYOBI Tools Supercharge a Dead Drill Battery (replace Ni-Cd with Li-ion) Got an old battery that doesn't hold its charge any more? Try this! Upgrade MAC ALLISTER 18v Single Source to Lithium Ion By taking the cells from a used laptop battery , I was able to upgrade my MAC ALLISTER battery pack to lithium ion. Due to factors beyond the control of DIY Tips&Tricks, it can not guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information or improper use of this information. DIY Tips&Tricks assumes no liability for property damage or damage incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. DIY Tips&Tricks recommends safe practices when working with the tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of DIY Tips&Tricks, no information contained in this video will create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from the improper use of these tools, equipment, or information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not DIY Tips&Tricks. ► Music provided by: No Copyright Songs - Best Of ► Warriyo Mortals feat Laura Brehm ( No Copyright Music): https://youtu.be/Mhm6m24TMgI 🔈 Download this song here : https://goo.gl/YfRGkm
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This is my review of the Energup 18v lithium battery alternative for Ryobi One+ devices. Here's a breakdown of the current prices (10/13/2017) on Amazon Prime and what you'll pay per minute of 18 volts of lithium battery power: Energup 2000 mAh - $25.99 = $0.21/minute 4000 mAh - $39.99 = $0.17/minute Ryobi 1500 mAh - $38.95 = $0.43/minute 4000 mAh - $68.95 = $0.28/minute These prices are for the Lithium batteries. This was not a paid or endorsed video. I buy lots of stuff and like to make reviews.
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I've had several failures of 40V Ryobi Lithium Ion Batteries. I wanted to know what was inside and see if I could find the cause of failure. I'm pretty sure I found the failure point. Watch and see what the inside looks like. I explore the circuit design and engineering and point out my thoughts.
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