How to Not Kill Your Drill Batteries
I have killed a lot of power tool batteries over the years and I wanted to try to spare you the same experience. In each instance what I did wrong was over use the tool so that it was overheated and kept pushing the battery to finish a job even though the battery was clearly low on power. What I have learned is that it is good to use your batteries till they are low on power and then recharge them in order to get good charging cycles. But what you don’t want to do is drive the battery into the ground when it is low on power. It can be frustrating if you are trying to finish up a job and your batteries run low. It is always good to have a backup battery for these instances, or even a back up tool.
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