Question about Hammering
Using a jackhammer to break up garage pad. The power got less and less and then it died. Let it rest but still did not start. Did I kill it? What can I try to get it to work?
If it is an electric jack hammer the brushes in the motor maybe worn out. most ace hardware stores have a good selection of motor brushes. also check to see if the brush retension screw came loose this would also cause the same problem.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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