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Black and decker cordless drill EPC 188 slows down and speeds up when used

EPC188 18v cordless drill When using the drill it slows down then speeds up then slows down.

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SOURCE: Black & Decker Pivot Plus Cordless Drill/Screwdriver AC Adaptor

extend the handle straight and all will be reavealed! Just in front of the triger inside the piviot point.

Mike

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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SOURCE: lost 18V AC adaptor- can I use one made for laptop with 18V output?

I don't know if I would try this or not. there could be a difference in the amps and usually a charger is designed to shut off or go to trickle when the battery is fully charged.

Posted on May 25, 2009

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SOURCE: black and decker cd12c cordless drill Charger

I would guess 12 volts

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Black and Decker Cordless Drill Chuck stuck in full open position

I'd put penetrating oil in it and tap the chuck with a plastic hammer. That should free it up.

Best rgrds, W/D

Posted on Aug 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Circuit diagram for charger for Black & Decker

You can contact a Dewalt Service Center to see if they have the diagram. Black and Decker is Dewalts lower priced line. A quick search on their website did not reveal anything. They may not have the diagram. As far as I know there are no parts available for the chargers so you may have a hard time locating the diagram. Try giving Dewalt a call.

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

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