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Motor stopped turning while drilling 5/32 hole, switched off and on but nothing

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My brushless Makita drill driver just stopped. It wasn't hot and the battery is fine. I clicked a fully charged battery into it and nothing. But when I put that battery into another drill nothing.


If you are ABSOLUTELY certain that the batteries are good then the only other culprit has to be the switch that feeds power to brushless motor. Also check battery contacts for corrosion.

May 26, 2016 | Makita Drills

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How to Hot-Wire Test a Cordless Drill Motor


<span><span>The power switch may not be the problem if a cordless drill stops turning on. Sometimes a bad drill motor can prevent the tool from starting, even if the switch is good. </span></span><br /><span><span>To determine the problem, the best method is to remove the switch and then hot-wire the drill motor to the drill's rechargeable battery to test it. If the motor checks out, then it's probably the switch. </span></span><br /><span><span>The steps for testing a drill motor .</span></span><br /><span><span>In addition to tools needed for dismantling the cordless drill, such as a drill/driver, <b>two</b><b> wires</b> are needed to connect the motor wires to the drill battery. </span></span><br /><br /><span><span><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><b><a></a></b></span>Hot-Wire Test a Drill Motor</b></span></span><br /><span><span><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><b><br /></b></span></span></span><br /><p><span><span>1. Remove the drill's battery and dismantle the drill.</span></span><br /><p><span><span>2. Disconnect the wires leading from the switch to the drill motor. Sometimes this means completely removing the switch. </span></span><br /><p><br /><p><span>3. Now that the motor is isolated from the switch, <b>connect </b>one of the <b>motor </b>wires <b>to </b>one of the <b>battery </b>contacts <b>using one of the two wires</b> set aside for this test.</span><br /><p><br /><p><span><span>4. <b>Connect </b>the <b>second wire </b>to the other battery contact. </span></span><br /><p><span><span>(<b><i>Note:</i></b> It does not matter which motor wire is connected to which battery contact. The orientation is not important because it is a DC motor and will only determine which direction the motor spins.)</span></span><br /><p><span><span>5. Hold the motor firmly in one hand, and then <b>complete </b>the electrical <b>circuit </b>between the battery and the motor by connecting the second wire to the the second motor wire.</span></span><br /><p><span><span><b>If</b> the <b>motor does <i>not</i> spin</b> once the second connection is made, <b>then the drill motor</b> <b>is most likely fried</b> and needs to be replaced. </span></span><br /><p><span><span>If the motor <b><i>does </i>spin </b>after completing the electrical circuit, that's a good indication that <b>the motor is</b> a <b>healthy </b>one. If the motor tests out OK but the drill is still having trouble starting up, the problem is most <b>likely </b>caused by <b>a faulty power switch</b>, not the motor.</span></span><br /><p><br /><span><br /> </span><br /><span><span>The power switch will have to be reconnected to the drill after the motor has been tested. It is important to reinstall the switch wires correctly after performing this test. </span></span><br /><span><span>The example drill used in this article has a very simple wiring configuration in its power switch. Drawing a switch wiring diagram is especially useful for switches with complicated wiring configurations.</span></span><br /><br /><span><span>If you're testing your drill's motor, chances are that some kind of part replacement is on the horizon. </span></span><span><span></span></span>

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My drill stopped running, the battery is charged,but wont turn. started only working in certain positions then quit alltogether


It sounds like the switch but check the brushes on the motor and the connections from the switch to the motor.

May 31, 2012 | RTO Drills

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My dewalt cordless drill stopped working in the middle of drilling a hole. is the trigger faulty/broken?


First before you open the tool ground yourself. The switch is probably static sensitive. Now open the tool and check for wires that may have come loose from the switch, or motor brush area. If no bad wires make sure the switch terminals are ok (not broken or bent and are tight enough to make contact with the batery terminals). Next check the brushes and make sure they move freely in the brush holders. You didn't state the model so it may not have brushes you can access. If all that is good disconnect the motor from the switch and secure the motor in a vise. Take wires with alligator clips and connect the battery directly to the motor for just a second to see if it runs. If the motor runs you have a bad switch assuming your battery is charged.

Dec 08, 2011 | Dewalt 18 Volt Compact Drill Kit

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Was drilling a 1" hole the drill got hot and


Motor coil windings burned out - take to repair shop or buy a new one

Feb 15, 2011 | Dewalt 18 Volt Compact Drill Kit

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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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Delta drill press model DP350 went out while using it


Check for power at the on switch. The switch on this machine should be electrical so yes it could go out. If it is not the electrical type then I would check to make sure that the internal switch did not brake or go bad.

Feb 17, 2009 | Delta Machinery Delta ShopMaster DP350 12"...

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Dewalt cordless drill


You have burned out the drill motor, it is shorted, the battery smoked due to a direct short, one thing I don't understand why the thermal limiter didn't trip in battery pack, I would contact manufacturer and try to get hem to buy you a new drill.

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Drill Presses Features


You compare the following features: Horsepower (HP) is the maximum power produced by the motor. Higher horsepower allows you to bore larger holes through tougher material. Drill presses are available with motors from 1/4 to 1 HP. Size/center drilling capacity is determined by the distance from the center of the chuck to the column. Since the press can bore a hole in a circle with a diameter two times the distance from the center of the chuck to the column, the size is listed as twice the distance from the column to the center of the chuck. A 16" drill press can drill a hole up to 8" from the edge of a straight board or at the center of a 16" diameter circle. Variable speeds allow you to drill different diameter holes through different materials without damaging the material or drill bits. Drill presses are available with five to twelve speed settings. The more speed settings, the more versatile the drill press. The table on most drill presses can be raised and lowered along the entire length of the column. It can also swivel 360° around the column for boring oddly shaped pieces. Better presses have large, tilting tables with fences. Quill travel determines the depth to which the press can bore holes. Greater quill travel allows you to bore deeper holes. Depth-stops control the depth to which the quill descends and limit the depth of the hole. Depth-stops are good for repetitive boring and dowel holes. The more precise your depth-stops, the more accurate your boring operations.

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