Question about Black & Decker 1/2" 13MM, Heavy Duty Vsr Drill, 0 - 850 Rpm, Helical Cut
I was replacing the power cord. The red wire, which is attached to the white wire on the power cord, pulled out while I was repairing. I cannot figure out where it goes back.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to www.2helpu.com which is the Black & Decker after sales service site. Most, if not all diagrams are located there, including manuals
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
the chuck sounds like it is bad or maybe stuck from rust, what you can try and do is spray some WD-40 on the jaws and then try and holding the collar with a glove and run the drill SLOWLY in forward/reverse and see if it loosens up if not you will need a new one.
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
If you look at the switch you will see a hole with a brass coloured contact inside. These are grip type connector where you push the wire in and it grips it. Try pushing the wire into the hole and see if you can pull it out again gently. If it holds you have fixed it.
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
If you look at the trigger/switch mechanism, you'll note little lettered ovals on either side at the bottom/base where the wires go. The black (hot) wire from the plug goes to the side stamped "LINE", and the white (neutral) wire goes to the side stamped "LOAD"
Posted on Jun 03, 2011
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