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It wont hammer when I put a small or large amount of pressure on the hammer. It hammer only a short while when I start the mammer (about 1 second) and the same when I release the button.

Lack of hammering action usually indicates a lack of lubrication or worn piston orings. This hammer as well as many other makita hammers work with a piston moving forward and back within a cylinder. This piston moves a second piston within the cylinder with a pocket of air (pressure and vacuum). If there is a lack of lubrication or orings are worn, you will not get a good hammering action /force out of the second piston. Time for good cleaning and apply factory lube. Parts are at Good luck

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Hammer drill is locked on hammer and will not release to just drill function.

If this peticular drill has a shift lever that is found on top of the drill, the gearbox as a whole is the problem. At this point (if it is not under warranty), I would attempt to force the lever to the drill only position WHILE running the drill. When DeWalt came out with this system 6 years ago, they had a heck of a time with the same problem with their 3 speed gearbox shifter until they re-engineered their gearbox. Several times I would see them come across the counter with gouges from flat head screwdrivers or anything else the contractor could find to force the gearbox from 3rd to 1st. I believe this is the problem you are having, assuming the shifter is stuck. Now if it moves freely, but the hammer will not disengage, the gearbox will have to be replaced. I will need your model number to find the exact part number. I hope this helps, and good luck.

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Hot water: Pipes make a banging noise when turned on full force.

Hi, That banging is sometimes called a water hammer. It is made when the water hits an elbow in the piping with a force and bangs into the pipe itself. It is more likely to occur in a long run of pipe. This can be reduced or eliminated by installing an empty tube verticle in the piping near where the hammer is occuring. This tube can be found at most building supply stores. The tube is a pocket of air that acts to absorbe the extra pressure from the piping and stops it from hammering.

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Water pipes make noise after flushing

What you have going on there is called water hammering. The water flows at full force to fill the toilet tank and when the valve shuts the force that is created rattles everything. Begin by seeing that all of the nearby water pipes are secures to the wall or ceiling and not flopping around. Pipe straps available from any hardware are an easy fix for loose pipes.

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I dont have the key to turn the switch to acc.

I've worked on a lot of cars but I have never had to change the ignition lock cylinder on a 4runner. Does it have a cylinder that has to be in the run position and then push a release button to remove the cylinder? A lot of cars are set up this way. If so the way I do it when I have no key or the key doesn't work is first get a new cylinder because the old won't be usable when you get done. Get a big flat blade screwdriver and a hammer. Hammer the screwdriver into the key slot tight. Grab the shaft of the screwdriver with a pair of vice grips. Force the lock cylinder to the run position. Push in on the release button and remove it. When the cylinder breaks it might break into more than one piece. If so keep hammering in the screwdriver and turning until all the pieces are removed

Jun 21, 2009 | 1998 Toyota 4Runner

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Removal of flywheel from briggs and stratton 4 cycle engine 3 hp

Without the $100 flywheel remover that briggs will happily sell you you can do the following.
First you will need another body to help, two if available
2 pry bars or large screwdrivers
A air hammer if you have it or a large hammer if not
Loosen the flywheel nut until it backed off til the nut is just barely one thread or even with the shaft. Now put your pry bars behind the flywheel on opposite sides. Have someone provide constant pressure (don't be too forceful the block is made of aluminum and can be damaged). Now hit the end of the shaft with a hammer or air hammer (the nut is protecting the shaft threads) with medium power. With a few careful hits the flywheel should pop right off.

If you run into trouble or are unsure of something in this proceedure please ask.

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Matika hammer drill - bit stuck

The spade bit sold with the hammer drill was actually too large for the hammer drill. We found that the spade bit had over heated (not from overuse or heavy use as only two ladies were using the hammer drill) but because the bit was too large it put too much weight on the drill. The bit had to be removed from the chuck using a hammer and force causing a bearing to come out and the chuck now needs repair. Solution repair the chuck on the hammer drill and buy a lighter spade bit. Then continue jackhammering the cement out of the shower cubicle.

Mar 25, 2009 | Makita Drills

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Air hammer tips

Always keep in mind that air hammers are extremely powerful tools. Thus, particular safety precautions should be taken when using them. Be certain to wear safety equipment such as safety glasses and earplugs. Also, when changing the air hammer's bits, always be sure to unplug the air hammer first. Finally when using an air hammer, always be aware of the position of the tool and work piece. The tremendous force that the air hammer exerts can cause the tool or work piece to jump powerfully. This movement could easily cause injury to the operator.

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