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Welcome fellow slacker. If I had this to do over I would not do it. It cuts well yes, but the battery only last a matter of minutes...Someone gave me ...
Well the battery for the Dewald is 18 volt and 2200 milla amps (1/1000 of an amp) or 2.2 amps. So volts times amps is 36 (or so) watts. The Mikita is ...
Get out your meter and see which is positive and which is negative on the battery. Write it on them with a marker.
My Dewalt donor battery has star screws in it. Remove the contact piece/plug inard out of the battery, and remove any wires and/or attaching foil tha...
I used about 6" of the cord off an old AC adapter. Strip and solder it to the donor battery contact plug.
You can see in the drill that the Mikita battery makes contact with metal strips that slide along the side to make contact. I cut some of the thick fo...
I punched a small hole in the contact strip and bent it . An alligator clip also works good. I'm sure with tape and solder you can figure something ou...
Insert your dummy plug/donor battery piece in the tool. I shoved a waded of duct tape behind the contact piece to hold it against the contacts of the...
Sure I could have used the rest of the donor battery case and made something that would clip in, but that would have made the saw longer and more awkw...
Just do it, It's not that hard.n If we don't stop producing trash we are going to end up living in a dump.
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