20 Most Recent Black & Decker RD1440K 85th Anniversary 14.4V Cordless Drill/Driver Kit - Page 3 Questions & Answers


Any Black & Decker repair station will have them

Black & Decker... | Answered on Dec 31, 2014


your trimming a lot of hedges if you need to replace the brushes. I'd suspect other problems before that.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Nov 14, 2014


i think you should request to the mail address that i given below
Customercare.india@bdk.com

Black & Decker... | Answered on Aug 16, 2014


The switch on the handle turns the driver on. If it is not working, then either the driver is faulty or it is not charged. Try turning on the light to see if the charger has a charge. Make sure the driver is charged.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Jun 30, 2014


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Black & Decker... | Answered on May 20, 2014


No, it doesn't

Black & Decker... | Answered on Apr 20, 2014


OMG!!! "It" doesn't Loosen?! Does it Listen? LOL. OK enough! I have had these BD drills before, and sorry they are JUNK! You would REALLY be better off by purchasing a Craftsman Nextec 12 volt drill. It is Lightweight, smaller for small hands, has a flash light built in! AND in a set comes with Cool Flashlight that stands up. It comes in a bag with a charger for $50! BD has NOTHING like this! OK I have HILTI drill ($300)! I never use it cause I use the heck out this great little Craftsman drill.
OK solution to your drill bit problem...EASY. Go and buy some WD-40 in the blue-yellow can ($4-5). Spray (ALOT!) around and under where the bit is and where the cap that spins is. Do Not spray into any vents! It May catch Fire. Let it soak x 15 min. Spray a little again. Then Grab a terri cloth towel wrap it around the cap that spins and the bit and reverse the motor to loosen the drive. Be sure to have the drill on Max setting (the drill bit icon). It WILL come off.

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Black & Decker... | Answered on Mar 15, 2014


Well I couldn't find a pix of your drill so I will guess that it is a typical drill. You seem to be asking a very basic question so I will start will all the basic info I can think of.

First you have to know where the power trigger is to make it go.

2nd you have to know where the forward and reverse switch is.

Now with the switch in the forward position squeeze the trigger to make it go. Then gently grab the chuck with your hand while it is going and the center Jaws should close up and come out of the chuck.

Now with the switch in the reverse position squeeze the trigger to make it go. Then gently grab the chuck with your hand while it is going and the cetner Jaws should open up and go into the chuck to a maximum point

Open the jaws enough to put the drill in the jaws then put the switch in the forward position. Put the drill in the chuck, sqeeze the trigger to make it go, and hold the chuck so the jaws close on the drill. All while keeping the drill from falling out of the chuck.

When it closes on the drill and the drill is in straight then hold the chuck as tight as you can while squeezing the trigger to make the jaws close very tightly on the drill. If you have very tender hands you might want to use gloves.

To get the drill out put the switch in reverse, hold the chuck very tightly, and squeeze the trigger to open the jaws off of the drill.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Mar 15, 2014

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