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How to replace brushes on a 0234.1 1/2'' electric drill

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There are two plugs with slot for screw driver. open the plug remove old brush and put new ones.

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How to replace brushes in this hammer drill


One big black plastic screw on top, one on the bottom. Unscrew them - they're brush holders. Inside are the brushes. Pull them out.

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Replace the brushes inside the drill. Locate a diagram for the drill and follow the instruction. If you do not have one, get help from the drill manufacturer. Google there phone number and their tech. line should be able to help you change the brushes.

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To Short carbon brushes or the electric field is not in balance look if one of the brushes is shorter then replace the electric field but if its on both brushes the same blue and burning smell then the armature has gone , beware of the price and great differences between the kind of hammers.

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Pull the brushes out - remove 3 screws holding gearcase to handle & remove gearcase with armature from handle.
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Jan 05, 2012 | Milwaukee 0234-6 1/2" Magnum Drill 0-850...

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I want to know the steps needed to replace a 1/2" keyed chuck.on a Milwaukee 0234-6 Magnum Drill


they make a service fixture for that BUT if you can find a thin wall open end wrench that will fit behind the chuck on the hex of the spindle you can still do it. What you will need to do is remove the left hand chuck retaining screw, put the wrench or similar item over the hex and then put the chuck key in a hole that is about a 30 degree so that you can strike it counter clockwise to remove. That chuck is on tight and there no easy way to remove it like you can do on cordless items.

Jul 31, 2011 | Milwaukee 0234-6 1/2" Magnum Drill 0-850...

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Try lubrication, and check that the retaining screw, down inside, has not come loose. failing all of that, replace the chuck.

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How to dismantle a makita HP electrical hammer drill, want to replace the brushes


Check out the split drawing on this page.
If your makita does not have any outside accessible brush caps, you need to dismantle it.
lay it on the side, where the side with the screws securing the to halves together is facing up.
Remove all screws (some may be hidden under labels etc.) Gently pry the halves apart, locate the brushes disconnect their leads if any, and remove. Install new brushes and make sure the move freely, and that they are springloaded when in place. Gently rotate the rotor to ensure everything is ok . Reassemble and test drill. If the brushes leaves long streaks of noticeably large sparks, something has gone wrong or the rotor was damaged in the first place, causing excessive wear.

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