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Ryobi snowblower Ryobi 40volt lithium powered snowblower just click when trying to start. Battery indicates a full charge. Any ideas?

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Bad connection in the switch possibly, if it can be opened it may be touched up with steel wool,nail file or very light sand paper. If nothing else possibly a loose connection where the battery attaches to the wiring

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then you need to buy a new one . so far they do not rebuild lithium batteries

Posted on Oct 29, 2017

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