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Milwaukee loktor has no power

The drill will start, stop, no problem. It no longer has any power, even after purchasing a new battery.

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Maybe the brushes need changing.

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Could be quite a few things from the switch to the brushes. Milwaukee I believe now has a 5 year warranty on their tools so I would recommend taking back for warranty service. Let me know if not and I would need the model number so I can look at the parts and try to come up with something.

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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SOURCE: stopped working in mid drill. squeeze the trigger, nothing happens

It could be a dirty switch connection in the trigger assembly , it happens to me on my electric sanders all the time , just open it up and try blowing it out with an air compressor

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No, it's showing that the battery is either not taking a full charge or the charger is not charging the battery properly. Find a Milwaukee service center, they will check them and most likely replace one or the other.

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could be loose connection at the switch or brush holders. You can go to Milwaukeetools.com to download a breakdown for this tool.

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New armature + carbon brushes are much cheaper then replace a battery , if the tool give a sharp sound it have a problem with the armature ( it is a frequent problem by Milwaukee but also Panasonic on the Johnson made armatures that have both brands because of the latest winding technique more power but a problem heat dissipation and thermal runaway in the long run.
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Here is DeWalt's marketing thing on the subject.

http://www.dewalt.com/us/cordless/powerrating/

Unit Watts out (UWO) is their rating for the (presumably sustainable)maximum power output at the chuck of the drill. You can read about it..their explanation is basically technically correct.

Yes, max torque is related. The maximum power in a permanent magnet DCmotor system occurs at half the maximum speed when the system is loadedwith half the maximum torque.

1hp = 746 watts, DeWalt's DC900 36V drill is claimed to be 750 watts,close enough so let's call it 1 HP ok? Their max RPM is 400. So 200 RPMis the half-way point.

1HP = 200RPM*Tmax(in-lbs)/(24*5252)

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The equation I used is known equation for relating power (HP) to RPMand torque (in ft-lbs..I added in the factor of 1/12 to account for thein-lbs to ft-lbs conversion).

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This was posted on Milwaukee's Tool Talk forum (when it existed). Ibelieve the Milwaukee official said that DeWalt averaged 7.2 secondsper hole while the Milwaukee averaged 6.4 seconds per hole. I make beoff slightly but I do remember it was around a 1 second difference.Plus the Milwaukee apparently drilled 28 holes per batt where dewaltwas 25.

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Could be quite a few things from the switch to the brushes. Milwaukee I believe now has a 5 year warranty on their tools so I would recommend taking back for warranty service. Let me know if not and I would need the model number so I can look at the parts and try to come up with something.

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