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Drill not running at correct speed

Drill should run at 1100 rpm but only seems to run at 700 aprox

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Check for a speed lever on the case that changes the gear ratio from high to low speed There is a button in the front of the trigger and it limits the amount of pull you can give the trigger which controls the resistor setting in the trigger switch. Turning this will alter the speed when you pull the trigger

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