Cordless Drill becomes Variable Power supply

I took my cordless drill apart when it stopped working and found the motor was faulty. It might be possible to source a replacement motor but they are relatively expensive and I would rather put that money towards the cost of a new drill. It then occurred to me that the old battery could be a useful power source for my projects and the trigger gives us variable control and reverse so I have simply extended the power wires for ease of access.

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