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SOURCE: Dewalt cordless drill
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.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
SOURCE: I have the makita 18v
Just hold the Black part of the makita, I understand that its an 18v drill, and it has way more torque than a 12V but just hold on to it as hard as you can while you give it some power. You should be able to get your bit out. Once it gets loosened up a little its easy after that. good luck and let me know how that turns out. The Black part should be wanting to spin towards the left. Just hold that in place. Adjust your drill to the lowest speed. Good luck and let me know if this helps
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
The red button sits on a lever that changes the polarity of the switch output. If this lever feels loose and you can't feel it engaging anything then you need to split the housing and make sure it is seated properly. If it is, and the lever on the switch is moving fine aswell then you should check all the wires coming out of the switch, and if they are all connected properly you will prob need a new switch.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
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