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The is no oil insite to change only grease a special bosch lubrication or and the ballbearings insite have grease but you can also lubricate the transmission with Paragon Renolith from Dewalt easier to find in you country , simple ball bearing grease can also, but when its getting hot look at your electric field and also the armature if that color is correct nice brass colored thread windings instead of brown black colored and the commutator (collectors) on the armature is nice the place where the carbon brushes are on the armature are nice colored .because the tool can be on its end .if its noisy and if its worth to repair be aware before repair. how old is the tool or have it second hand bought its maybe a problem.

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