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Drill runs until pressure is applied to the bit. then the motor cotinues to run but the chuck stops spinning.

It sounds like the gears themself are stripped. On the inside of the drill right behind the head is a gear that turns the head itself. When that gear is stripped the head will spin sometimes withou pressure but when pressure is applied the head will not spin

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I have a bit that I can not get out of my impact driver. When I pull back to release it it will not come out. Do you have any sugestions?

Yes.... the bits can "spin" just a bit and will jam in the chuck sometimes...
Grab the bit with a large pliers and spin it backwards with a hard jerking motion... then the bit will can also use the pliers to get a better grip on the bit to pull it out easier when the release is pulled back...
But it is just twisted a bit in there and you just need to twist it back again...


Jan 04, 2011 | Makita 18V LXT Lithium - Ion Cordless...

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Will not spin, began a few days ago, spin was not very strong, now no spin at all,

keep it simple to start, if a vairable spin option on machine ensure it is at highest setting. make sure your not using a quick wash program, sometimes these do not have full spin.

check outlet hose is not blocked
check filter/ sump for blockages
check motor brushes
inspect wiring from motor to main board

also make sure u wernt trying to spin just one piece of clothing as load will not balance.

if all above ok your looking at a main board, if knew make and model of machine would b a bit more pacific

Sep 23, 2010 | Washing Machines

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Spin cycle is hit and miss,

It could be the timer but don't rule out a loose lid switch. You have to remove the knob to get the timer off. To do so you have to pull the retaining rod out a bitdd8bcfd.jpg
To get inside the controls

Apr 19, 2010 | Whirlpool Inglis IP4400 Washer

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Simpson Encore 605 - belt sometimes squeals during spin .What maintenance should I do? Spins fine - just squeals from time to time.

Many washers squeal when spin starts. A new belt usually solves it. A bit of belt dressing for car fan belts works wonders. **unplug it while you apply belt dressing!
There is usually a tension adjustment by moving the motor mount back a small amount. Don't over do the tension.

Apr 02, 2010 | Washing Machines

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My ge front loader will not spin. the door is

My front load washer will not spin or the drum will not turn on the wash or spin cycle.

Dec 13, 2009 | GE WBVH6240F Front Load Washer

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Canon 30D DSLR: Right, top finger dial spins free sometimes

Think you might want to try it yourself? Google the words...disassemble a digital camera.

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Hi, I have a Maytag Washing Machine. Model Number: LAT7793ABV It seems to wash fine, but when it gets to the "Spin" part of the wash, sometimes it doesn't spin, and if it does spin, the clothes...

Several items can cause no spin or slow spin. I'm assuming the motor runs during spin and the water all drains out. A worn or damaged belt can cause your problem. Always replace the drive belt and pump belt at the same time.

Check for smooth and non binding motion of the motor in it's carriage.

A failing bearing (either tub bearing or spin bearing) will restrict tub motion in spin.

A garment in between the inner and outer tub will also restrict tub spin performance.

Apr 28, 2009 | Washing Machines

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