Question about Metabo Drills
There are several possibilities. Remove the cover from top of gearbox. The piston / sleeve assembly will be visible. Wiggle the assembly to check for side play. If the assembly is loose side-to-side, loosen one of the support tracks (two allen screws). Wedge a screwdriver between the track and the housing and then re-tighten the screws. Another possibility is that the piston o-ring is worn. stand the tool on its nose, if the piston falls quickly forward, the o-ring is worn out. This part is no longer available. If the piston does not move forward, smack the nose firmly against the work bench. If it still does not move, the piston lube may have dried out. Shoot some WD40 into the sleeve for a quick test. Another possibility is end wear of all hammering parts in the tool. This can be difficult to determine if you dont know what they looked like originally.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
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