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This simple tutorial will help you reclaim your once battery-powered harbor freight tools by adding a DC power supply. The tutorial should apply to just about any cordless ...
Get Yr supplies together. You'll Need:Components:-Cordless 18-24v Power tool (I used a circular saw) -2 short strands of wire (I forget what gauge I used but most should ...
Now, take the battery apart, it should be held in with 4 screws on the top.Pry it open GENTLY with a flathead screwdriver. Take the batteries and contacts ...
Now, solder 2 wires to both contacts. Be sure the wires are long enough to reach the bottom part of the battery where you will solder them to ...
Strip the wires of your power supply and then solder them to the leads of your 1/4th inch MALE jack.Be sure to make sure the polarity is correct, ...
Now, plug everything up and use your tool again without worrying about a cheap-ass battery that might die after 15mins.Note- it may take (literally) a second or two ...
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