Introduction

If your drill stops working and the battery stops holding a charge chances are you need a new battery. You can find a replacement parts including the battery under the replacement part links in the device page. This guide will show you how to install this new battery.

Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/3: Remove the two 12.5mm Philips #1 screws Image 2/3: Remove the two 10mm Philips #1 screws Image 3/3: Remove the two 10mm Philips #1 screws
  • Remove the nine 15mm Philips #1 screws

  • Remove the two 12.5mm Philips #1 screws

  • Remove the two 10mm Philips #1 screws

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  • Lift one side of the drill casing off of the drill. Note that the drill casing consists of two pieces on either side of the drill.

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  • Locate the battery and remove it from its slot at the end of the drill opposite the motor. It should be at the butt of the drill by the handle.

what kind of batteries can I use to replace them

K3Ls - Reply

I don't know what type of batteries are used in this drill, but you can buy them by clicking on the link entitled Black and Decker Pivot Plus PD600 Replacement Parts on the main page, or by using the below

http://www.ereplacementparts.com/black-a...

Jonathon Centofranchi - Reply

Image 1/1: But be careful not to disconnect the wire from the metal it is attached to. In order to avoid this, pull the wire out by holding on to the metal part instead of just the wire.
  • Unplug the battery by pulling out both the red and black wires. They should come out easily with a little bit of force.

  • But be careful not to disconnect the wire from the metal it is attached to. In order to avoid this, pull the wire out by holding on to the metal part instead of just the wire.

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Image 1/1: Make sure that the red wire connects to the curved end of the battery, and that the black wire connects to the straight end of the battery.
  • Now take the replacement battery and slide the metal parts of the wire into the metal part of the battery.

  • Make sure that the red wire connects to the curved end of the battery, and that the black wire connects to the straight end of the battery.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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this drill adapter, why "6V" and the adapter body is marked 9VAC output? which is true output?

Can someone test the output and tell me the voltage? VDC? VAC? thankyou.

u411323 - Reply

Unfortunately I do not own the drill anymore so I can't test its output. I do know that the battery used is 6V, so I would assume that is the output. Hopes this helps!

Jonathon Centofranchi - Reply

Where can I buy the replacement battery pack for less than replacing the tool?

shgarceau - Reply

Well, I just checked B & D's web site and can buy a battery pack for $17.95 PLUS $10.99 shipping (cheapest offered).

I think buying a new one is a better idea.

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