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Genuine Makita replacement part, this item is sold in a set of two.
This Bulb is used in the Makita 18 Volt Flashlights shown below.
You can store the extra Bulb in the part number GM00001002 Protector F/Contact, which is right behind the GM00000130 Reflector.
This is a genuine OEM replacement part, it is sold individually.
This Charger is used on the tools listed below.
When a battery is inserted into the Charger, the red indicator light will come on indicating that there is contact between the battery and the Charger.
The light will stay on as long as the battery is in the Charger and the Charger is plugged into a working outlet.
This is a genuine Milwaukee replacement part, it is sold individually.
The purpose of the 06-82-5275 Screw is to secure the Belt Clip or the Bit Clip on the models shown below.
This screw requires a Torx head or a flat head screwdriver.
Genuine Black and Decker Battery, this item is sold individually.
This Battery is used on the tools listed below.
Over time batteries will be come weaker and eventually will not provide enough power to operate the tool as it was designed. Several factors can cause this; normal deterioration of the battery, improper charging and the way the tool is used are the largest factors.
Batteries use chemicals and metals to create their electric charge. With use these elements breakdown and loose their effectiveness. Heat greatly accelerates the breakdown of the cells. When a battery pack is discharged quickly it creates more heat than normal use would create thus wearing out the battery pack faster. Charging a battery also creates heat. If a battery pack that is still warm is immediately placed on the charger even more heat will be created, shortening the life of the battery even more. Batteries should always be allowed to cool or heat to room temperature before charging.
Genuine Coleman replacement part, it is sold individually. This part keeps the lantern pressurized.
Includes: Plunger, spring clip, metal cap, spring, and clip.
Installation is fairly easy, requiring needle-nose pliers, oil, and a flat-head screwdriver, or similar tool, to pry to the spring clip off of the pump.
Compatible with the Coleman lanterns shown below.
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