Introduction

The requirements for replacing the battery are the usage of a 4 mm phillips screwdriver, a soldering iron station, a utility knife, heat shrink tubes and two lithium batteries (3.6 V). Make sure how to use a soldering iron, especially in combination with batteries. If you are not familiar with (replacing) batteries, it might be a good idea to search for some information about how batteries work. Last but not least, create a work environment with good lighting and a clean desk. The replacement requires attention and concentration.

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  • Use a 4 mm Phillips screwdriver to remove the seven screws to disassemble the housing of the drill.

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  • Remove the sticker carefully from the bottom.

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Image 1/1: While opening place the rotation switch apart.
  • Open the housing of the drill.

  • While opening place the rotation switch apart.

  • Detach the electric circuit and place it next to the drill.

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  • Cut each tubing from the three wires of the battery with a utility knife.

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  • Disconnect the three wires of the battery with a soldering iron.

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  • Place each new tubing (three in total) on the battery wires through sliding them on each wire.

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Image 1/1: Use solder and a solder iron to attach the new battery to the wires.
  • Attach the two batteries to each other with tape, in case you have two separate batteries.

  • Use solder and a solder iron to attach the new battery to the wires.

  • The black wire should be connected with the negative pole of the two-wire side.

  • The wire should be warm enough to solder the battery to the wire.

  • Slide the tubings on each connection and heat each tubing with a lighter to make them shrink.

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  • Place the electric circuit and the rotation switch back into the housing.

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Image 1/1: Put the seven screws back into the housing with the Phillips screwdriver.
  • Put the housing back on the drill through clicking and closing it.

  • Put the seven screws back into the housing with the Phillips screwdriver.

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