Question about Panasonic EYC135NQKW 15.6 Volt Nimh Cordless 2 Tool Combo Kit, Includes 1/2 Inch Drill/Driver And Circular Saw
Drill overheated and now will no longer move at all in reverse. Wondering if we can just replace the brushes or if the engine will need to be repaired and how much it would be to fix it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Can'y find anything with the model number furnished, but generally to replace a chuck on a cordless you first have to remove the chuck screw LH threads and then shift the tool to the LOW position and the clutch to the drill only. Find a bent handle allen wrench about the same size as the chuck capacity and lock the smaller end in the jaws. Put the chuck on a work bench or block of wood with the handle at about a 30 degree angle so that you will be striking the wrench in the counter clockwise position, you might have to hit it a couple time but it will come off
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
The grinding you're hearing is the normal sound for the clutch. There's a ring with numbers on it the higer the setting the more torque it'll take for the clutch to slip. Many of the newer drill & drivers have a drill setting at the high end of the clutch settings others have a separate drill & driver setting. This site will give you most everything you need.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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