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I would put the drill in reverse and hold the "chuck" and very slowly and carefully press the trigger lightly. This should bring the clamping device back where you can see it.

Bosch Drills | 45 views | 1 helpful votes

best to stick with original type of batteries .

Drills | 50 views | 0 helpful votes

It looks as though to get the charger, you have to buy the drill as well. One of the problems of buying obscure makes.


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there is a 3 position switch on it- set it to hammer only which is all the way to the left going clockwise- if its set to hammer only and is still spinning then it has malfunctioned and it has no user serviceable parts.
if you did take it apart you could just ask for whatever help you needed or contact an expect directly for immediate help
good luck

Dewalt Drills | 30 views | 0 helpful votes

The switch probably need to be replaced, that would be my guess. Good luck.

Decker Drills | 22 views | 0 helpful votes

check that direction switch is at the end, anywhere in between will cause slippage. flip back and forth to free up the motion,

Dewalt Drills | 64 views | 0 helpful votes

Hellow, Normally motors get overheat when over loaded.In your case,when you are runing with a bigger motor pulley,motor needs a higher torque to turn a drill bit with a small pulley and vice versa .So you have to use a small motor pulley with somewhat bigger drill bit pulley and then drill bit has enough torque without much load to the motor. Also when you replace a motor, You are required to find a motor with the same output power or higher power when compared with the original motor.RPM of the motor is not much affected . Thanks.

Drills | 32 views | 0 helpful votes

Check it to see if there is a spark at all. You could have a bad plug. The ignition switch could be bad. The module could be bad. I just had a honda 500 that quit running and the connector between the battery and module came loose. If you have a no spark condition find out if there is current to the ignition coil. If not then check all of the fuses to make sure that they are allright. Unplug all electrical and check to make sure that they are clean and tight. If all is ok, then you will need to test individual components.

Omega Eskimo 39... | 39 views | 0 helpful votes

some batteries are bad from factory, you should exchange it for another and try again. Make sure the battery voltage and type (ie. lithium, Nickel Cadmium,etc.) match the charger. If not, you can buy most replacement batteries for older models on the internet. If a second battery doesn't work - it's the charger .

If this is a newer purchase, my newer Milwaukee flashes slow for the first two beats and then quickly while it reads the battery type and then shifts to the slow flashing charge light after it determines the type. this is because it is a smart-charger and can charge different types of batteries

Dewalt Drills | 67 views | 0 helpful votes

Hello -

You will find the link to download the Instruction Manual here:

Best wishes.

Drills | 88 views | 1 helpful votes

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