My wife bought me as a gift a DeWalt XRP combo kit. She bought it around Th
anksgiving and has kept it in the garage (Philly) climate until now. The te
mperature has been below zero several time. So I'm wondering: did the batte
ries get damaged in the cold? Or are they designed to withstand it?
Can't comment on DeWalt, but my Mikata 18V lithium ion rides in my truck all
year long, the first batteries went over 5 years despite winters that went
below -30C and hot summers. The original batteries are still okay but a new
set brought new life and power to it.
You should be okay
"Youth ages, immaturity is outgrown, ignorance can be educated, and
So, welding happens at what temperature?
Christopher A. Young
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pimecell.com does a excellent job and the new cells are far higher
capacity than the original ones. they weld not solder the tabs to the
cells. soldering heats the cells and can degrade them.....
On 02/16/2013 05:31 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Is she not happy with the progress you're making on the
She bought you some power tools so you'd get the shit done?
Maybe you should buy her a DC500 vacuum cleaner and a toilet brush
mounted on a DCS380B reciprocating saw for her birthday?
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