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Trying to take the motor out a 18 v ryobi drill

Trying to find out if the motor just unscrew out .i took the screw out the chuck but still cant get the motor out .

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  • joe_urbeso Dec 15, 2008

    the motor went out trying to replace it

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You need to unscrew the drill casing to remove the motor. be carefull some parts may fall out. open slow and take note of where all parts go. you could also take a pic after opening as a reference.I am wondering why you would take it appart.

tom

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