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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hilti TE-60 hammer drill
what I would do if you have a fax machine is call 1-800-879-8000 and request a schematic on this tool first. Some of their products are not that easy to disassemble. I never have worked on the TE-60 but have on some of their other products and they are all different. Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
SOURCE: hilti te-72 hammer failure
Do not put it in hammer mode and try to unscrew the chuck! This will break the housing internally. To remove the chuck you will have to put a chisel in the chuck. Lock that chisel in a big vice. You will then have to put a pipe wrench on the chuck to unscrew it. It is regular threads but there will be loctite on it. Once that is off your will have a spring and two roller bearings to remove before you can slide the bell off. You will then have 8 5MM screws to remove. This will remove the chuck. You will then have a snap ring to remove. After that you can remove the whole cylinder assy. More then likely your connecting rod is broken.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
If you are talking about the wire going from the switch to the stator it difficult to get to. You have to remove the motor end cap, cooling fan and handle holding the switch. this will get you to the brush holders. These can be brittle so you need to be carefull. Turn the motor over and tap the end of the armature on concrete checking the brush holders every couple of taps to see if they are coming out of the motor housing. after they clear they will just come out. If you havn't done so already remove the wires going to the brush holders. Your stator will simply slide out after your brush holder comes out. This will give you access to the wires to repair.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
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SOURCE: HILTI TE 72
It could be that your connecting rod is broken. You can check by taking your shift lever off of the top of the gear housing and then removing the snap ring to remove the shift boss. That will allow you to look at the crankshaft and connecting rod. If it is broken I would check with Hilti to see if they still carry parts for the TE 72.
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
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