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Re: Li-ion battery died.

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02-08-2013 14:51:43

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Hello Geoege Marsh,

Well? You got your $$$$$$ worth!
500 to 1000 Charges is about the extend of most rechargeble batteries. Don't have much time of the new ones, I'm still learning. Like my NiCads still. May change over someday.
Plenty old ones still around to keep my NiCads going for free.

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02-08-2013 15:19:14

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 Re: Li-ion battery died. in reply to GUIDO, 02-08-2013 14:51:43  
I was lucky to get 2 years out of dewalt ni-cd. Hard to get dewalt to honor their warranty too. I still have one working Li and 2 older Ni-Mh. I think the Ni-Mh is the battery in the bunny that keeps going and going.

I tend to think those who have better luck may not use them like I do.

When the price of Ni-Mh is close to that of a Ni-cd, I'll buy the metals.

Have way too many 18v cordless dewalt tools to throw them away.

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02-08-2013 16:58:14

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 Re: Li-ion battery died. in reply to George Marsh, 02-08-2013 15:19:14  
Hello George Marsh,

You certainly put them to work!
Lithium-Ion are a different breed all together.
Single cel are cgarged in 2 stages, while series packs need to charged in 3 stages. Better get the right charger or you'll smoke'M .
I like the Mi-Mh much better, one way charging and go!

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