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For help with any problem, you may be experiencing with your DeWalt DC970 drill, check out the troubleshooting page
DW9116 charger recall
While this drill has not been subject to a recall, the DW9116 charger has. If you purchase a used drill with the included charger, check the charger to make sure it isn't recalled. DeWalt may not be repairing recalled chargers anymore, so it is possible you may be out of pocket for a new one.
Background and Identification
In 2007 Dewalt introduced its first line of lithium-ion battery cordless tools including the 18-volt line. This drill and has received its fair share of positive reviews across the internet all emphasizing its effectiveness as a home improvement drill.
It is a black and yellow DeWalt 18 volt, ½” chuck, 5.2 pounds cordless drill. It has a 2-inch wood capacity, can bore holes quickly because of the 1500 RPM speed. A major feature is its keyless chuck. Its 2-speed gearbox makes it ideal for many jobs. It is lightweight, compact, and the battery can be fully charged in an hour. The model number Model DC970. This device is very useful for construction or many home repairs.
In addition to the battery, the second most common problem is that the motor burns out, which also happens as the drill becomes older.
The most common problem with the DeWalt DC970 is the battery. As these batteries age, the ability to hold a charge also diminishes. This is common with the original NiCd packs these drills shipped with. If your batteries are worn out, the best way to get up and running again is to use the DCA1820 and a 20V Lithium battery. This option works on most 18V tools, but there are limitations with the DC970 around Premium batteries - they cannot be used. With ALL DCA1820 conversions, the factory charger must be replaced since they cannot charge Lithium batteries.
If you have original NiCd packs, these are typically unrecoverable when they fail due to cell age. If you find the Lithium conversion too expensive, 3rd party replacements with NiMh chemistry are available - however your charger MUST support it - most do, but you will need to check.
While it may be possible to rebuild these, these original NiCd batteries lack a BMS. As a result, the cells must be equally balanced to avoid issues. Since rebuilding is generally impractical for most people and the XR NiCd option should be avoided outside of unconvertible tools, the best option is the DCA1820 and OEM 1.5Ah or 2Ah 20V Lithium batteries - which exceeds the capacity of the original 1.2Ah factory NiCd packs. 3rd party NiMh packs are also an option.