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P208b no torque

Dropped it. now no torque. can't even get drill bit out.

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You broke it.

Posted on Dec 17, 2016

  • Rodger Derden
    Rodger Derden Dec 17, 2016

    helpful but didn't like the answer

  • richie46 Dec 17, 2016

    Maybe the drop dislocated a power wire inside if no torque.

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