Question about Hilti Drills
I just need to grease it, to ensure last longing operation. any document showing me the assembly will also help to understand it better. But how to grease is all I need and type of grease.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hilti TE-60 hammer drill
what I would do if you have a fax machine is call 1-800-879-8000 and request a schematic on this tool first. Some of their products are not that easy to disassemble. I never have worked on the TE-60 but have on some of their other products and they are all different. Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
SOURCE: hilti te-72 hammer failure
Do not put it in hammer mode and try to unscrew the chuck! This will break the housing internally. To remove the chuck you will have to put a chisel in the chuck. Lock that chisel in a big vice. You will then have to put a pipe wrench on the chuck to unscrew it. It is regular threads but there will be loctite on it. Once that is off your will have a spring and two roller bearings to remove before you can slide the bell off. You will then have 8 5MM screws to remove. This will remove the chuck. You will then have a snap ring to remove. After that you can remove the whole cylinder assy. More then likely your connecting rod is broken.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
If you have the old type TE905, which is the one with the square type handle at the back, the service light will come on for 2 reasons. Either there is a tight bearing which will increase the amount of current used to work the machine. Or more common the carbon brushes need replacing. To reset the light, simply cure the problem.
If you have the newer type TE905 with the large “D” Type handle at the back. It gets a bit more complicated. The service light will come on for the same reasons as mentioned above, but it will also come on after 200 hours of use. It will continue to work for another 50 hours with the light on, then it will shut down completely. This is to ensure that it gets regular service. Once serviced or repaired, it will require resetting. To do this you with need a Hilti optical interface, a PC, and Hilti ODA Software. This is not available to the general public. If your Hilti is less Than 2 years old, call Hilti. They will pick it up, repair it, and send it back to you in 3 working days FREE OF CHARGE. If it is older than 2 years there will be a charge for the repairs.
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Posted on Dec 13, 2009
SOURCE: te70 hilti hammer drill
The TE-70 is permantly lubricated. You would only add lubricant if you took the tool apart. You can add a small amount of grease to the end of your bit occasionally before putting in the chuck. This keeps the chuck parts lubed.
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
SOURCE: how to open hilti drill
To seperate the motor housing from the gear housing you need to loosen up the two 5mm allen head bolts at the base of the handle. At the top of the handle you will see a hole. there is a 5mm allen head bolt that you will access through that hole. Back that screw all the way out. The lay the tool with the gear housing down and the motor up. Remove the 5mm bolts holding the two housings together. Tapping with a soft blow hammer you should be able to seperate the housings. Be carefull that you don't lose the lube out of the housing.
Here are instructions on removing the front end.
If yours is a metal housing here is how you disassenble the front end.First you need to put a flat bladed chisel in the chuck. Then lock the chisel in a vise. Next you put a pipe wrench on the chuck cap nut. That is the piece on the end of the chuck. Using a cheater bar turn the nut off counter clock wise. You then can remove your chisel, the cap nut, an oring and the locking sleeve with two rollers. This will expose the chuck that is held in place with 8 5mm allen screws. After that you have a large snap ring to remove before pulling out the rest of the front end assy
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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