Question about Dewalt DC920KA Heavy Duty Xrp 18V Cordless Drill/Driver
Unable to find Hyundai 18V batteries to fit cordless tool kit, model HHI-C8K-8
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i HAVE A DEWALT DC729 18V DRILL
is this a north american model.all i can find is model DC727 & DC728 model. charger model 9116 & battery is DC9096 may work.charger volts 110v ac. if your buying the individual part like batt & chgr its more expensive than buying the whole kit is cheaper. hope i answer your question
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
http://www.220converters.com/ GO TO THIS WEB SITE AND YOU CAN FIND ALL THE CONVERTERS YOU NEED ALSO READ THE NOTES ABOUT WHAT YOU NEED TO TAKE WITH YOU BATTERY AND POWER WISE . HAPPY TRAVELS AND HAVE A GOOD TRIP
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
depends on where you drilling- wood - no hammer option needed- fast, metal- no hammer option needed- also fast, but it is concrete- sorry- hammer option needed so it will always drill slower, and drain your batteries way faster (have a spare one ready).Speaking about drilling - don't drill for too long with no breaks to cool them down, always keep an eye on gun's and battery's temperature- even if it is new Lithium NANO, do not let them overheat.
BTW- what model is yours? Is It SDS hammer drill sort of DC212KL?
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
SOURCE: Dead DW972 Cordless Drill?
Easiest and safest:
take the tool and batteries to nearest shop where they sell Dewalt. Ask the guy to let you use their batteries in your tool and vice versa, your batteries in their tool.
DYI procedure:To check batteries:
- if you have some multimeter, try to measure voltage and if possible also amps (but only for a fraction of the second, if battery is good, amperes shoudl jump up very quickly)
- if you have no multimeter, try to find 12V bulb (check spare bulbs for your car), use wire to connect and it should light up.
To check tool:
open it up, take some 12V DC source, put wires on contacts inside the handle where battery connects. Pull the trigger and it should work. you can try to put wires directly to contacts on the motor. Follow cables from the switch to motor.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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