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I purchased a Black & Decker DR260B drill to drill masonry but there's no info in manual about brick. Can I use this drill to drill holes in brick mortar?


This corded drill has enough power to drill normal brick masonry without issue as long as you're using a masonry bit.

http://www.homedepot.com/b/Tools-Hardware-Power-Tool-Accessories-Drill-Bits-Masonry-Percussion/N-5yc1vZc23f

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Explanation for the dial numbered 1 - 23) and switche (1 & 2) on a Worz wd44d cordless drill please?


Those numbers are for drill jobs or for screw / unscrew jobs.The higher the number the strongest power of the drill will do.Often for drill purpose the higher number is set to obtain the maximum power of the drill.But if you want to use to unscrew a, let say,a home minor job like unscrew or screw a wall hanging picture you can choose a number that fir the power you need to do it.

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What is the equivalent in power to a 24volt cordless drill in a corded drill?


I really dont think there is one. the corded drill will usually always have more power than a battery one.

Jul 15, 2010 | Dewalt Drills

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Need to replace 14.4 powe drill


I recommend replacing your drill and light with an 18V Ryobi "One+" Drill and light from from the home depot. It outperforms any battery powered drill I have ever used. You can also get it with lithium batteries that will last twice as long.

Jul 06, 2010 | Craftsman 14.4 volt Cordless Drill/Driver...

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How to fix drill that has no power?


Order the parts you need from Home Depo, they have what you need to fix this problem. check to see if you were using the right battery if it never worked you may need to buy another drill or go even further and open the drill up to see what the problem is inside. Check your brushes, trigger, all connections.

Apr 03, 2010 | Bosch 14.4V Brute Tough Drill Kit

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Power drill drills batons screws half way then cannot continue further. Drill still has power, overheats when drilling


if this is a corded drill it is not really designed to scewdrive you may need to get get diff tool

Nov 07, 2009 | Drills

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Drill stopped work ing when hot. One drill we bought stopped after 10 6mm holes. The others work when you pull the trigger and then sometime they don't.


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.

Oct 28, 2009 | Milwaukee Tool Drills

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How to apply an electric drill? how to used the electric drill?


Hi there,

Please follow the below steps to use a electric drill -

1. Determine which electric drill is best for you, the cord or cordless. The electric drill that has a cord attached needs to have an outlet which might limit you according to what job you are doing. The cordless drill is limitless and can be used anywhere without needing an outlet. Corded drills can be more powerful, where cordless drills are limited to power and can sometimes be a bit bulky.

2. Consider most of the jobs you may use an electric drill for. If you have a lot of heavy-duty projects ahead, you might want to purchase a more powerful drill. They run slower but have the power behind them to get the job done efficiently. The more powerful drills usually have a cord attached to them. If you have a lot of lightweight jobs to use a drill for, then a cordless one may be your best selection.

3. Arrange the work to be drilled either straight ahead of you or down below you. These are the two safest ways to use a drill. The drill is also more secure and won't waver while using it. If the material you are drilling is a hard or thick material, use a hole punch to start the hole before you drill.

4. Push the drill slightly as you are drilling to give a bit of added force. Start out slowly, and as the hole progresses, increase the speed slightly.

Tip -
Secure your work before drilling by using clamps. The more powerful the drill, the slower it drills. The less powerful the drill, the faster it drills.

Warning -
If you are using a cordless drill, charge the power pack before starting a job. Keep the air vents on the drill clean, and clear of any debris so the drill does not overheat.

Good Luck!!

Thanks

Sep 29, 2009 | Black & Decker Grinders

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Hammer drills Power supply


There are cordless varieties of just about any type of hand drill, even the specialized hammer drill. These hammer drills work in the same manner as any of the core hammer drills or regular drills. Powered by a set of rechargeable batteries.

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