Question about Dewalt 18 Volt Compact Drill Kit
My wife was putting in a screw with our Dewalt 18V. cordless drill. The wind blew her ponytail into the back of the drill, and it quit working. We have taken the back off and pulled as much of the hair out of it as we can. It still doesn't work. Any suggestions?
Thanks for your help.
Hope to help.
hope your wife is ok!!
you need to get all the hair out firstly but DO NOT touch the exposed switch as it is a static switch and can fail by the tatic in you!
the problem may be that the brushes were damaged try replacing them see how that goes.
hope this helps. Sean
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