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The drill was working fine then it got hot cooled it down started to use it again then stopped again now it doesn't work

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Posted on Aug 29, 2009

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SOURCE: Drill stopped work ing when hot. One drill we

Sounds like a burned out motor.

Sometimes you can replace the brushes and make them work again.

When operating that drill, make sure that you are not overheating the motor.

Depending on the material that you are drilling, you may need to use the drill on a slower speed in order to not overheat the motor.

Another way is to have more than one drill, and switch to a cool one as soon as you notice heat on the in-use drill.

If your drill is battery powered, stop using the drill and change the battery as soon as the battery dies enough to slow the speed of the drill.

Operating the drill under reduced power is very hard on the motor for several reasons.

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try to charge the battery at full level and see what happens then.

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Posted on Dec 16, 2009

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