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Voltage at casing of metabo be1020

There is 30v from ground to metal casing and there is no continuity between cord and casing whats the problem?

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  • billy_tabor Jan 26, 2009

    i took the drill apart & there is a carbon ring that holds the shaft some what center that melted to the housing i removed the ring &it freed everything up again . i touched the housing it did not shock me ,must have been a false reading but whats the carbon ring for ?

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Are you testing this tool plugged in? If so you have a ELECTRICAL SHORT that would be potentially dangerous. What I would do it remove the handle half or cover and if there is a cord clamp remove it and then gently pull on one wire at a time and see if they move or completely come out, starting with the power leads. Does the cord have a bulge in it around the area of the cord protector if so that might be an area of concern. What you can do is with your meter check the plug end to the wire in the switch and see if you have continuity. If this doesn't locate your problem I would recommend taking to a repair center for a dielectric test to find the problem which would be more involved. Let me know and be careful

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