There is a six volt Ryobi drill/W charger on Ebay right now.
If its the same tool, email the seller to ask the seller what the
charger is rated at. I don't have an Ebay account, so I can't contact
Service to my country? Been there, Done that, and I've got my DD214 to
Nor do I, the reason being I have enough junk, and if I were on eBay,
I'd only end up with more.
(viewing picture) Yeah, that's the one. I have friends who have an
eBay account, so maybe they can ask about that.
Looks like this part is carried by M&D Mower and goes for $5.91.
At that price, you may as well just buy a new one. I've purchased
Ryobi parts from this dealer in the past, and had no problems with
If you want to reply via email, change the obvious words to numbers and
Better get the OEM replacement for a certain match. Problem is, the specs
on the charger unit specify output volts, amps and AC or DC but not the
internal resistance of the unit which can vary. If you get one that seems
to match but has low internal resistance, it may not properly taper off the
charge at the end of the cycle leading to an overcharge and possibly battery
damage. The quoted price is about as low as you are apt to find anyway.
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