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Re: Problem with Hilti JackHammer TE76
Yes there is but it is somewhat confusing to navigate. It is Hilti.com. If you can give me some idea what parts you are looking for I have that breakdown at work and will help you. It is the TE76. Let me know and I will do what I can or you can call their toll free number in the US at 1-800-879-8000 and ask them for help also
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No thats not normal real JACK HAMMERS on AIR ??? but its not Milwaukee not Bosch not Dewalt but a China brand? if you are have a real jack hammer then its not the right collum because its placed under Hammer drills? and you have also not possible speaking about maybe a little weight rotary hammer ? because ONLY real demolition and jackhammers are very specially made for the long lasting jobs !!! but the weight and power is very important by use the right tool for the right job the most rotary hammers ( exept brands like Hilti and Duss) are not made for long lasting jobs and are made for only working for a short time. its also makes the great price difference between a hammerdrill a rotary hammer a real demolition or a real jackhammer is much higher price. The tools on air Atlas Copco or Ingersoll for the hard and heavy jobs
If you have bought your tool by a hardware store and it is a real jack hammer go immediately back its possible that you are wrong informed by the seller or the budget was the fact. about the price for the tool maybe you have a real jackhammer but have choose a to little model size machine to do the job or its a budget brand online bought China machine. Its a simple question but a hard answer, difficult questions do not exist but difficult answers sometimes.
Regard and luck by warranty and a very small change maybe it is just only a factory flaw.
Go to Hilti's website and choose your country. You can find locations and parts. The TE2s was not introduced until the early 2000's. In 1981 a drill that size would have been a TE12s. If that is your model parts are no longer available through Hilti.
THE TOOL IS LOW ON OIL. OR POSSILBE SEAL ISSUE, IT TAKES ITS OWN OIL, HAVE TO GET IT FROM HILTI!!! BE PREPARED YOU HAVE TO BUY A GALLON AT A TIME! IT HURTS!!! OR YOU CAN SEND IT TO HILTI AND YES THEY WILL BE MORE THAN HAPPY TO FIX IT FOR YOU OR GIVE YOU CREDIT TOWARD A NEW ONE, THATS HOW THEY WORK!
to my knowledge you can't buy hilti parts. they want you to send it to a service center. i work in a tool repair shop and we can't get parts. i would go to a shop that repairs tools and have a number of brushes and try to find one that will match up.
Hi. It all depends on the age of it as there are 2 different types of electronics fitted to the TE76.
If you have an early model, the service light came on when the brushes were worn or it was in need of a service. Check your brushes 1st. then to reset the light, simply pull the trigger and hold it untill it resets.
If you have the newer type then you will need to reset the service light by attaching a data reader to the service light. this data reader plugs in to a PC, you will also need the HILTI ODA Software to go with it. Basicaly you need to send it back to hilti to have is serviced and reset. if your machine is less than 2 years old, this is FREE. just phone hilti and ask them to collect it. they will pick it up, service it and get it back to you in 3 working days. if you not sure how old your machine is simply phone Hilti and ask them, quoting the serial number. this is etched into the plastic on the left side of the machine underneath the white writing on the motor housing. Good Luck