Know more about Ratcheting tool
We are going to talk to you about the repair kit or ratcheting quick clamp tool the repair kit comes with batteries located here handle spring located here handle pins located here and here and screw and washer located here replace the batteries in your ratcheting quick clamp tool first release the tool turn the tool over to expose the battery backing take a Phillips head screwdriver unscrew the screws be careful not to lose the screws you have to replace them.
The most prevalent form is the ratcheting socket wrench, often informally called a ratchet.. A ratchet incorporates a reversible ratcheting mechanism which allows the user to pivot the tool back and forth to turn its socket instead of removing and repositioning a wrench to do the same.
Other common methods of driving sockets include pneumatic impact wrenches, hydraulic torque wrenches, torque multipliers and breaker bars… Some lesser known hybrid drivers include striking wrench tools with square drive, and hydraulic impact wrenches (typically powered by on site hydraulic power such as present with military tanks, and many fo rail car applications).
Now that the backing is off be careful with the wire the batteries should easily come out is there’s a spring below them use a small flat-head screwdriver to lift bottom battery out the spring happens to come out be sure put the spring back in big side down take the new batteries from your repair kit insert them positive side down take your backing plate push down to hold the batteries down..
Take one screw insert it in and screw it down about halfway this way you can line up your other screw the other hole now the ratchet till the blue light comes on to replace the handle spring first grab the spring and compress it away from the fix handle take your new spring put it in to the pin of the moving handle and press it down and let it find its way to the fixed handles pin.
If you have trouble compressing the spring you can always remove the screw and spacer to allow the handle to move all the way open to replace the screw and spacer take an Allen wrench slightly compress the handle begin to unscrew screw took the tool forward the spacer should fall out continue to remove the rest of the screw from the tool now you can take your new screw and spacer from the repair kit press the handle screw the screw down about an eighth of an inch take your spacer seat it over the screw so the spacer part will stay in place.
Now you can screw the screw down keeping a little bit of leverage on the handle will help when screwing down you have to be sure that you don’t get this screw too tight so release the tool make sure that handles come together when compressed and we released the handle touches the spacer to replace the handle pins turn the tool over take a head screwdriver and unscrew the screw the screw removed you can push the pin out if you need to.
While removing the pin you can use a flat head screwdriver to hold the pin in position take your new handle pin from your fair kit align the holes with the handle on the tool push the pin in take your screw and your washer place them to the hole and screw down a Philips head screwdriver you repeat the process on the other handle pin.