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Barrel won't turn

WHEN THE DRILL WARMS UP, THE DRILL TURNS FINE BUT THE BARREL WON'T TURN (CAN STOP IT WITH MY HAND)

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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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