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I was drilling and it
The drill was a bosch 1194vsr hammer drill - now it is a door stop!
You could try the repair shop, but they'll probably laugh - its burnt out and they aren't usually worth repairing.
It was a good drill, but they all burn out one day.
Have fun choosing a new one.
on Jun 20, 2019
Problems putting ryobi rlt26cds expand-it trimmer back together changed coil can't get it last 1/4 inch and pull cord won't move every thing works fine just need to screw back together
Hi. Whilst the engine and casing are apart, you will need to gently pull out the cord from the recoil unit so that you have room to manoeuvre and jam or lock the cord to the mechanism of the recoil unit to prevent it recoiling back in. Gently align the casing to the engine assembly ensuring the recoil unit is orientated correctly (the screw holes need to align to the outer casing holes). Once mated together, pop a couple of screws in to keep the recoil unit and casing together and then you should be able to put tension on the recoil cord in order to unship it from it's 'jammed/locked' position and the whole unit should then recoil back in normally. Reassemble the machine. The whole procedure is tricky but the key is to ensure the cord is jammed or locked against the recoil unit to prevent it turning whilst mating the casing and engine back together. Make sure you have removed any cord from the combustion chamber (if you have placed any), otherwise you will not be able to rotate the recoil mechanism and ensure the spark plug is removed for safety. I did it last night with my RLT26CDS and it worked a treat!
on Jun 20, 2019
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