Question about Hilti TE 70 Hammer Drill Performance Package
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: service light
You can reset the light. What you need to do it remove the handle assembly from body of tool. The contacts will unplug. Then plug the cord in and pull the trigger and sometimes the light will blink, while holding the trigger in the on position unplug the cord. reinstall the handle and the light should go out. Sometimes you have to pull the trigger while plugging cord in but this should work. and then while holding unplug cord.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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SOURCE: hilti 76 p atc
Hi . The solution offered by rowdy (pull the trigger and hold it until light goes out) will only work on older machines, the newer machines have more complex electronics that need reseting using an optical reader which plugs into a PC , you will also need the Hilti ODA Software. this is not available to the general public. you may have to send it back to hilti for service and reset. this is free if the machine is less than 2 years old.
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
Active Torque Control (only TE 76-ATC / TE 76P-ATC)
The TE76-ATC / TE 76P-ATC is equipped with the Active
Torque Control system in addition to the mechanical
torque limiting clutch. This system offers additional protection
while drilling by rapid shutdown upon uncontrolled
rotation in the axis of the drill bit, e. g. when the
drill bit jams due to hitting rebar or when the insert tool
is tilted unintentionally.
When the ATC system has become activated, the tool
can be restarted by releasing the control switch and reengaging
it after the the motor has stopped rotating
("click"-sound signals readiness for use).
Always choose a working position in which the electric
tool is free to rotate in a counter-clockwise direction
(as seen by the operator). If this is not possible, the ATC
system cannot react.
Posted on Mar 01, 2011
If this is an older [Metal Housing] Te60 then you would remove the two 5mm allen screws at the base of the handle at the moter. You then have one more 5mm screw that is recessed in the top of the handle. You will see a hole and in that hole you insert a 5mm allen and it will access the screw. After that you can pull the handle away from the drill about an inch. Take out the phillips head screws holding the handle together. Seperate the handle and you will have access to the switch. It is just a matter of taking out the four wires and replacing the switch.
Posted on Apr 16, 2011
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