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Hi I have a makita drill 18 volt. I lent the drill to a friend and got it back not working properly. When I squeeze the button, the motor is running but the head of the drill is not turning and doesn't turn the screw. It makes a funny noise like the head is slipping and not gripping anymore inside. Please help!

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Check the speed control. There is a speed control usually from hi to low... sounds like it's in between speeds... try adjusting it back and forth...
It should go back into one gear and work fine.

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