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Dc925 hammer drill wont drill a hole

Wen i try to drill a hole the chuck stops as if it was in#1 tourque setting.

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  • ben_maloey Mar 08, 2009

    thank you for youre uick response.i have selected drill mode and #3 on speed control. but will not drill a hole.Alo speed selector jambs after trying to drill hole.i have to take out clutch unit and put bac together for speed selector 1,2 or3 to work again. could it be the selector rod is worn.

  • David Ford
    David Ford May 11, 2010

    check yo make sure the high low setting is fully engaged. If it is let me know and we will dig deeper

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Try shifting the high/low switch to make sure fully engaged. Also make sure that all the other positions are correct and if so then you have a clutch problem. For a breakdown you can go to Dewaltservicenet.com and get a parts breakdown and list for this tool. Good luck and if I have answered your question would you please rate this response accordingly.

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