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Re: Barrel won't turn
By barrel I take it you are talking about spindle? This might be the version that has an internal clutch mechanism that would require you taking it in for service. If not there is a shear pin in the spindle that might need replaced. Hope this helps
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open the chuck jaws right up
down the center of the chuck you will see either a philips screw head or a hex head for allen key
hold the shaft at the base of the chuck to stop it from turning and undo the screw in the chuck in a right hand direction ( it is a left hand thread) when you have that out , still holding the shaft turn the chuck in the left hand direction ( normal thread ) and screw the chuck off
to assist in undoing the chuck do it up so that the jaws come out a bit
place something between the 3 jaws to act as a lever or use an allen key in the chuck done it tight and use that as a lever to undo the chuck
the secret is the lh thread screw in side the chuck which stops it from undoing when the drill is in reverse
Sounds like the chuck holder is already worn and needs replacement.
If the motor still runs but the drill bit won't turn the problem would be the chuck adjuster( the one that holds the drill bit and tightens it ).
If the motor does not turn but there is a whining sound the problem would be the armature bushing ( it is inside the motor which the rotor/armature rotates). The armature does not turn anymore.
Fuse is out of question because the motor still have some power. Check also the motor brush.
Disassembling it requires to unscrew all the screws on the side and carefully remove the side cover, you can clean it and dust it off.
Hope that helps you out!
the heat has seized the motor or plastic gears im leaning more towards the motor disassemble the drill and take a look all the parts pretty much stay in place see if
you can turn the motor by hand if it wont turn use some 3n1 oil on each end of the
motor that shooed do the trick
Your drill uses a key less chuck (the part that holds the drill bit). Grab the black spindle just below the drill bit and turn it clockwise when facing the drill from the back. Some drills have a locking chuck and only need to turn with one hand. Other drills don't have this option and use a 2 piece chuck. If it looks like there are 2 parts to the spindle, you will need to hold the the back part with one hand while turning the front part with the other hand.
yes this is normal the spark keeps motor from stalling out by taking away the friction spark by making own spark the clunk is the drill brake so you dont brake your hand when screw goes in all the way unlike old drills that kept going even when your hand was attached to it
To remove the chuck on your drill follow the instructions for the type of drill chuck you have: Instructions for removing a keyed chuck
Most reversing drills have a left hand threaded screw located inside the bottom of the chuck. 1.) If the unit has this screw place the chuck key, with the chuck facing toward you, into one of the holes on the right side of the chuck. Strike the key in a clockwise direction with a wooden mallet or similar object. This will loosen the screw inside the chuck.
2.) Open chuck jaws fully. Insert screwdriver into the bottom of the chuck to engage screw head. Remove screw by turning clockwise this is a left-hand screw.
3.) With the chuck facing toward you place the key into one of the holes on the left side of the chuck. Using a wooden mallet or similar object, strike the key sharply in a counter-clockwise direction. This will loosen the chuck so that it may be unscrewed by hand.
There is no way to stop the motor from turning. It may require several attempts to loosen the chuck Instructions for removing a keyless chuck
Most reversing drills have a left hand threaded screw located inside the bottom of the chuck.
1.) If the unit has this screw open chuck jaws fully. Insert screwdriver into the bottom of the chuck to engage screw head. Remove screw by turning clockwise this is a left-hand screw.
2.) Insert the short end of a 1/4" or larger hex Allen wrench into the chuck and tighten. Facing the tool strike the long end of the hex wrench sharply counter clockwise as it is a standard right hand thread. This will loosen the chuck so that it may be unscrewed by hand.
There is no way to stop the motor from turning. It may require several attempts to loosen the chuck