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Usualy when a drill is put under extreme load the windings get hot on the armature. Sometimes the coating on the windings melts off and short together. the drill is on its last leg when this happens

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You have burned out the drill motor, it is shorted, the battery smoked due to a direct short, one thing I don't understand why the thermal limiter didn't trip in battery pack, I would contact manufacturer and try to get hem to buy you a new drill.

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wiring is conected the rong way ,,cheers

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SOURCE: Makita 2071 Smoking, probably overheated but still working

When an AC motor is stalled, very high currents pass through the motor windings and melt the insulation on the windings; the smoke was the result of the motor winding insulation being melted. This causes a reduction in motor torque and premature failure.

You should suggest that your neighbor buy you a new drill and he keep the one that he ruined.

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When an AC motor is stalled, very high currents pass through the motor windings and melt the insulation on the windings; the smoke was the result of the motor winding insulation being melted. This causes a reduction in motor torque and premature failure.

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wiring is conected the rong way ,,cheers

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When i use the drill it smokes real bad where the batt. connects


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DeWalt is probably the best made drill motor. I would look to sending it back to the factory for repairs. Run the internet for DeWalt and get a phone # to call them. You never know, this may be a problem the factory may fix for free.

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