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Thank You for the response.I guess I need a air Impact wrench instead of the DeWalt Electric

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Or compare before with 18Volt Milwaukee FUEL impact wrench on Li Ion Battery [ try before you buy ] its having very much power.
But if you have work the whole day job the best choise for long lasting air tools

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Its newmatic right just put a few drops oil right down the air feed and a moisture trap inline off the compresser would be goodHowever the picture looks like its electric and you don't realy have to do that now its prelubed and shouldn't be an issue for many hours of service. If it is air then wd 40 works fine the problem comes in when they sit with out use for long peirods of time they rust and seize and thats hard to fix

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SOURCE: dewalt dw297 impact wrench does'nt work at all. the cables does'nt seem broken, so don't know what to look for.

A good place to start with Dewalt tools is the switch. Take the front off the handle and pull the switch out far enough to test the posts on the back. Plug the cord in and check for voltage where the cord attaches to the switch. No voltage, bad cord, replace the cord. If you have voltage, the cord is good. With some help, hold the switch on and check for current on the motor side of the switch. If no voltage, replace the switch. If there is voltage there, you are going to have to check the brushes, armature and/or field for continuity or shorts.

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SOURCE: What is causing my 3/4" Makita electric impact wrench to overheat and slow down

remove the back cover and use some lube that is safe for electric handtools

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SOURCE: How do I change the brushes on a 14" dewalt impact wrench 14.4 volt

I think that model is on a ring internally so there isnt a way to do like the bigger ones, you would have to take the screws out and take in half and you will the the brushes and can replace.

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A good place to start with Dewalt tools is the switch. Take the front off the handle and pull the switch out far enough to test the posts on the back. Plug the cord in and check for voltage where the cord attaches to the switch. No voltage, bad cord, replace the cord. If you have voltage, the cord is good. With some help, hold the switch on and check for current on the motor side of the switch. If no voltage, replace the switch. If there is voltage there, you are going to have to check the brushes, armature and/or field for continuity or shorts.

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Its newmatic right just put a few drops oil right down the air feed and a moisture trap inline off the compresser would be goodHowever the picture looks like its electric and you don't realy have to do that now its prelubed and shouldn't be an issue for many hours of service. If it is air then wd 40 works fine the problem comes in when they sit with out use for long peirods of time they rust and seize and thats hard to fix

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