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  1. This is the only photo I can find online, which indicated it's for additional leverage, as well...
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  2. Looking for suggestions for soldering iron, solder sucker, wicks, helping hands, magnifiers and other essential tools to do ECU work on my Miata. Many many years back I was a skilled EE circuit designer, making my own boards etc. HOWEVER that was over 40 years ago and the world changed a lot since then. Not looking to overbuy as I am a skilled enough solderer and can keep my tips clean, but need guidance as to the newer tools which have changed so much.Decided a kit ECU (brand to be decided) was a great way to reintroduce myself to the current electronics universe and have fun with my 94 Miata at the same time. Thanks for your help! Wall Lenk Soldering Guns
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  3. Sounds like the electronics in the drill have gotten buggered in such a way that their communication with the battery doesn’t do anything but tell the battery it’s dead when it most definitely is not. Maybe it’s something that will eventually magically reset itself, I can’t think of a way off the top of my head how to glitch it back into shape. These things don’t exactly come with reboot features. Just wondering but these don’t happen to be “aftermarket” batteries are they?
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  4. Just sent the link to this discussion to the Assistant Service Operations Manager at DeWalt. He's going to research it and get back to me.
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  5. Gotta brag. We have been inundated with rain for the last couple of weeks and mowing has become a task to get done between storms. I recently mowed two 10,000 sq.ft. lawns and the 16,000 sq.ft. lot next door on a single charge. Total run time was 2.3 hours and I mowed until the deck motors shutdown. When I got back to the charger, the BLM was at one red bar, 9% available, and 42.2 volts. Beginning voltage was 51.5 volts. Also, since the hour meter has been 7% understated, the actual run time was 2.5 hours. Not bad for a 35 month old mower with 97 hours of run time and 195 charge cycles that is supposed to run for up to 2 hours. The recharge consumed 4,050 watts, which cost me $0.53 in electricity and took 9 hours to complete.
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  7. Buy a Dewalt, should clear your problem right up
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