Question about Drills
It will start but will not produce power
If you have checked the drive belts to be sure the motor is tightened against the belt properly, I guess it is probably the motor.
It sounds like it might be time to replace the motor. You can take it to a small motor repair shop in your area and have it tested, but drill press motors are frequently underpowered and therefore overworked, and they do wear out.
Sorry to have to tell you this, but I hope you'll understand that you should easily be able to find another motor that will work with your machine.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
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