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Chuck has no power dc925 hammer drill

When i try to drill a hole te chuck stops but the motor keeps running as if drill was set to #1 on tourque setting should i through it in the bin

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    Will drill but not hammer

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No return it to a Dewalt service center for their Max Repair Rate. They will fix anything including batterys for a set amount, if it is less then you pay less. If not give me the exact model number and I will look into it.

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