Cordless power tools are not only inexpensive and convenient but also contain rechargeable batteries that allow you to use the tools for hours without having to charge the batteries. The
Locate and press the battery pack removal button located on the side or back of your power tool's handle.
Slide the battery pack along the rail track located on the bottom of the power tool to free the battery pack from the tool.
Plug in the battery charger's power cord into a electrical outlet. The "Charge" light will illuminate on the charger.
Let the battery pack charge until the "Charge" light turns off or for the recommended time noted in the power tool's manual.
To extend the life of your power tool's NiCD battery, fully charge the battery, use the power tool, then fully discharge the battery. This will prevent the
If you notice battery corrosion on the battery pack's contacts, use an alcohol-soaked cotton swab to remove the corrosion.