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Hy i have a hitachi wh18dl impact drill, when i pull the trigger it makes a very quiet buzing sound but does not spin, it simply stooped, i have changed the the battery, put it in reverse worked for 5 sec and since then it started to make that buzing sound

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Sounds like the armature in the motor has a problem. Check the brushes too.

Posted on Jan 17, 2014

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