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Exesive sparking FITTED NEW BRUSHES TO HAMMER DRILL .NOW EXESIVE SPARKING AND SOME SMOKE

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Couple things, I would first take the handle half apart (if there one) and look at the condition of the commutator. Second make sure the brushes are fully seated. What happened to the old set of brushes, why did you replace them. Are the brushes you bought made for this tool? Sometimes when replacing the brushed the commutator has to seat them. THis is tricky unless you know what you are doing. Check on the items I suggested and get back to me and lets see what else we can look at. One more thought on the armature commutator how do the bars look, are they all pretty much the same or do you see some that are raised above others, if so the armature is bad and needs replaced.

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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