Question about Drills
When I pull the trigger in the speed slows and stops when fully pulled in. If I release it slowly the speed starts out slow and speeds up towards fully backed out. It is as if the switch is backwards somehow. The drill is brand new and I can just take it to the repair center, but was wondering if it was possible the switch was put in incorrectly. Thank you,Tony
It is possible that it might not be wired correctly, but I doubt it. I would return for replacement or warranty repair.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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