Question about Makita 12V Cordless Impact Driver - 6980FDWDE
I have the parts breakdown but it doesn't show if there are any internal clips holding the casing halves together. all the screws are removed but it seems to be locked onto the yoke unit. I don't want to force it incase I break the casing.
Sorry but the 6980fd doesnt have the four front screws. THat is another model and it is very easy to disasemble. I am having the same problem not being able to sepperate the two halves.
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
Have you removed the front housing? It has 4 screws that go into the handle halves and must be removed. As far as internal clips there are none. If you removed the front sometimes the handles stick together and you have to hold each piece and gently pull apart. Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Dry the flash drive as much as possible with a piece of paper towel to absorb excess moisture.
Gently pry open the case of the flash drive if possible, using a small flat-blade screwdriver to separate the two halves of the case.
This is not essential, but will cut the drying time and will help to limit corrosion.
Dry the inside of the case as much as possible with the paper towel.
Pour some uncooked rice into a small plastic bag, and then place the flash drive in the bag and seal.
Place the bag in a warm, dry place for at least 24-hours.
The rice draws out and absorbs any moisture present, speeding up the drying time and ensuring the drive is completely dry.
Check the drive after 24 hours.
If you can see any moisture, leave the board for 24 hours and repeat until the board is completely dry.
Reassemble the case, ensuring the two halves are tight shut. Use a small spot of glue to hold the two halves together securely if necessary.
You can then use the flash drive as normal.
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