No, the tool was created to work with specific voltage. Using a higher voltage battery may cause overcharge or using a lower battery may cause an extra effort, resulting in tools overcharge as well in this case damages should not happen immediately, but tool lifetime will be reduced. However both cases will cause warranty lost. Therefore using available references of batteries is recommended, in order to azure tools maximum performance.
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