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 DeWALT DW9096 Type 1 18V 2.4Ah Battery Pack Parts

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 Fig # Part # Img Part Name Availability Price Qty
1389657-00
Latch Button
In stock
14 available
 $2.04
2389656-00
Spring
Ships in 10 - 15 business days
 $2.04
3153007-00
Screw
In stock
3 available
 $1.14
4622959-00
Repair Kit
In stock
1 available
 $13.89
5389755-00
Case Top Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
6611235-00
Ident. Label
Ships in 10 - 15 business days
 $0.94
7645221-00
Battery Cap
In stock
11 available
 $1.07
8622959-00
Repair Kit
In stock
1 available
 $13.89
800389795-23
Dewalt 18 Volt Battery (XRP, Ni-Cd)
Note: DC9096 - Complete
In stock
3 available
 $184.61

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DEE
Question: BATTERY PACK

DEE

CAN YOU REPAIR BATTERY PACK? IF SO, PLEASE REPLY. I NEED HELP
tim
Question: Connector

tim

where can I find the connector for the top of the dewalt 18 v batteries, not the whole top cover just the metal parts that make connection in the drill and the charger? The piece that sits on top of the single cell that sits on top of all the others?

Also I know what the thermistor is but what is the wire that goes from the center connector to the side of on of the cell, what is it for?
Thanks
Tim
Cornie
Question: 18V Battery

Cornie

Does the 18V lithium battery fit into 18V DW9096 battery tools?
JAMES MARSH
Question: BATTERY PACK SUBSTITUE

JAMES MARSH

CAN I USE A BATTERY PACK 9096 IN PLACE OF A 9095? THEY LOOK THE SAME.
Daniel
Question: Lithium Battery Conversion

Daniel

What lithium battery replaces the Dewalt DW9096 18 volt xr ni-cd?
chris
Question: Latch Compatabillity

chris

Will the Latch Button (389657-00) work on the XRP batteries?
Mark
Reply: Latch Compatabillity

Mark

Hi Chris,

The latch buttons should work just fine with your older batteries. The latches are part #389657-00 and are available from http://www.ereplacementparts.com.

Good luck with your repair!

-Mark

Could you give me the repair part number for the Dewalt XR NiCd battery? The part looks like 8 C-cell batteries in connected in series to a male adapter that goes up to the portion that would plug into the tool/charger.
Thanks,
Bill
Mark
Reply: Dewalt 18.8 XR NiCd Battery Rep...

Mark

Hi Bill,

The internal cells of the battery are not offered for sale by the manufacture. The replacement for your DW9096 battery is part #389795-23 and is available from http://ereplacementparts.com.

Thanks!

-Mark
William Kennedy
Question: Battery Charging

William Kennedy

How can I get a battery to hold charge
Mark
Reply: Battery Charging

Mark

Hi William,

Over time batteries lose the capacity to take a charge. Internally your battery is made up of a series of C-cell batteries. As each cell goes bad the run time and performance of the battery pack is reduced. This is what may people perceive as a batteries "memory". After enough of the cells go bad the lack of run time and the reduced performance make the battery worthless. At that point it is time to replace it.
We do have new batteries available. The part number for your 18 Volt DeWalt battery is #389795-23.

Assuming that your charger is operating properly I think that your battery is worn out.

I hope this helps!

-Mark
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