Introduction

This guide demonstrates how to replace the battery contacts. The battery contacts are soldered and heat shrunk to the internal circuitry of the drill. The contacts are sometimes sold attached to the trigger assembly.

Parts

No parts required.

The battery can shock you.  Only touch plastic, non-conductive components. Detach the battery unit from the drill body by pressing the battery release buttons on both sides of the unit and pulling outwards. Detach the battery unit from the drill body by pressing the battery release buttons on both sides of the unit and pulling outwards.
  • The battery can shock you. Only touch plastic, non-conductive components.

  • Detach the battery unit from the drill body by pressing the battery release buttons on both sides of the unit and pulling outwards.

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Use a Torx T10 screw driver to unscrew all ten 13.5 mm screws from the drill casing to gain access to the interior. Use a Torx T10 screw driver to unscrew all ten 13.5 mm screws from the drill casing to gain access to the interior.
  • Use a Torx T10 screw driver to unscrew all ten 13.5 mm screws from the drill casing to gain access to the interior.

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Black Friday
Broken doesn't stand a chance.
Gently lift the casing from the drill body. Take the casing completely off the drill body to gain access to the interior of the drill.
  • Gently lift the casing from the drill body.

  • Take the casing completely off the drill body to gain access to the interior of the drill.

  • The Ryobi P202 casing has Part #: 200690001

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Grip the battery clip and pull straight up to remove the metal battery contacts. You can now clean the metal battery contacts with isopropyl alcohol.
  • Grip the battery clip and pull straight up to remove the metal battery contacts.

  • You can now clean the metal battery contacts with isopropyl alcohol.

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Conclusion

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

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You don't really need to take apart the drill. You can clean the contacts with Qtips by reaching into cavity. Use rubbing alcohol and long Qtips. Also you can bend the contacts back to normal with a pair of needle nose plyers.

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