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I have a 7.2 volt battery which appeared to have died.  By repeated charging and discharging I have got it back to 6.97 volts.  Can I expect anything better?  Any tips on reviving dead batteries?

Re: Ryobi battery pack

"Roger"

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** No

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** FFS  -  buy some new ones.

Questions about rechargeable batteries should be banned from electronics  
forums.

Batteries are NOT electronic components.



....  Phil  



Re: Ryobi battery pack
On 2/11/2013 8:19 AM, Phil Allison wrote:
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Go back to bed Phil.

Re: Ryobi battery pack
On 02/11/13 08:53, Glenn B wrote:
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No he's right mate!
All too many lazy guys just make another enquiry on a subject that's  
been discussed to oblivion when they should do their own research on it.


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"Rheilly Phoull"
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 **   Yaaawnnnnnnnnnnn.....


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**  Of course.

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**  See what happens when you Google:   " rejuvenating batteries" .

   You get U-tubes and all kinds of stuff.

   Nearly all of it crap.



....   Phil




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Phil Allison wrote:
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Probably why he is asking experts. :)

Re: Ryobi battery pack
On 2/11/2013 10:49 AM, Phil Allison wrote:
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See - I knew you were tired........


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Re: Ryobi battery pack
On Sat, 02 Nov 2013 09:11:36 +0800, Rheilly Phoull


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Yeah, it's hard going in this group, wading through the thousands of
posts here. Who need people asking easy questions.

Re: Ryobi battery pack

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https://toolroom.com.au/products/RYOBI-7.2v-replacement-battery-%28P%29.html




Re: Ryobi battery pack
yaputya wrote:
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If it is for a drill, you can get a drill with a lithium battery for not  
much more.

Re: Ryobi battery pack
On 2/11/2013 9:59 AM, Roger wrote:
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**See if you can locate one of those pulse charger thingys. It may not  
rejuvenate your battery pack, but there's a modest chance it will. It  
may be useful for other battery charging applications too.

--  
Trevor Wilson www.rageaudio.com.au

Re: Ryobi battery pack
On 02/11/13 09:59, Roger wrote:
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I did this with a 14.4V pack:  
<http://cjh.polyplex.org/electronics/ryobi_lipo/index.html

Total cost $50 for a Li-ion upgrade (excluding the old laptop supply  
that feeds the Accucel-6).

Clifford Heath.

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Roger wrote:
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You don't say what type of battery it is .

But generally :

1 - Buy a new one, or....

2 - Replaced the cells

3 - Replace the cells with Li-ons ( see latest Silicon Chip).  But if you  
need to ask then "1" is probably your best option.

geoff  



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