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If your drill squeaks, it's most likely one or both of the armature bearings are failing. If you run it too long after they fail, you'll also melt the case arount the bearing and have to replace the housing along with the bearings. You didn't specify which model you are using to mix mud but If you are using the Makita drill pictured with this query, you are over powering it. You should be using a spade handle drill for mixing mud. It has a gear reduction and more powerful motor to handle the torque needed to mix mud.
This is what Sears sent me and I have a another source on the exact model # pending. Hopefully this will work for you.Thank You for choosing FixYa.com Please let me know if this is helpfull and if not I will research it further.................Darryel.
Is there a space between the back of the drywall and the stone? Or is the drywall tight to the stone? Either way, you need a masonry bit, I hope you have one, a hammer drill would be real nice, but you can muscle through it without one. You can try a smaller bit as your first cut , then go to the next size. Makes it a lot easier to drill. If there was a space behind the drywall, they make all kinds of fasteners for drywall only, they will hold quite a bit, but might not be enough for blinds that are going to be yanked on.