Question about Drills
Bit falls out
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Exchanged Makita HP1640 hammer drill for a new one. The 2nd drill did the same thing in under an hour!! Will return for refund. Instructions say the Forward/Reverse switch must be in a full up or down position for the Hammer/Rotary switch to move; well, it is and the Hammer/Rotary switch still stops at a 1/2 way point between modes. Although I can still use the drill, instruction warnings say not to because it may potentially burn out the motor. I'll have to go with a different brand this 3rd time around. It seems to be a design flaw.
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
you need to get that service,
the grease causes the hammering.
and probably too much pressure was applied
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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