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I Have a Makita 8406C core drill which Hums but wont turn., I have replaced the brushes and cleaned the armature but to no avail. I am looking for a wiring diagram for The makita 8406C or suggestions for repair. i see it hase some kind of controller which may be the fault but am unable to test further. All help appreciated. Ric

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Can you turn the armeture? If not you may have a frosen bearing

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I can't find the wiring schematic online but if you can bear with me I will make some phone calls thurs. and get one faxed to me. It has been so long since I had one apart that I can't remember.

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Hi the 8406 was common for the intermediat gear to go have you yet stripped the gear box?
Quick test wear gloves to do this!
Turn on the drill if the chuck does not turn spin the chuck with a gloved hand TAKE CARE!! if the chuck catches grip one of the gears are gone.
Hope this helps let me know. Sean

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go with the hitachi, i've had 4 makita drills all with gearbox slipping. expensive to fix.

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SOURCE: how to properly clean armature on cb748 core

If you are getting arcing on the brushes then most likely the armauture has failed and cleaning will not cure the problem. If the unit has been run with the brushes sparking for a while the field coil may also be faulty. Best thing at this point is to dismantle the unit and take the armature and field in for testing or take it to a Dewalt service center for repair.

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