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Jackhammer I wanted to know why my jackhammer isn't working the way it was. It feels like it's really dry inside (not as smooth & easygoing as before) and too slow. I wanted to know if it needs greasing or a tune up or any maintenance???

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  • wood warrior Feb 13, 2008

    Actually my question was about a 60 lb. jackhammer. You know? the kind that you use to "break concrete" BOSH brute jackhammer. It's used to break concrete, walls etc. So I just wanted to know if it needed lubrication on it or greasing or any other maintanance on it. Because it's not working the way it was it's a little bit slower than before.

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Check your main memory. If you could have loaded more number of programs there will be problem in accessing the memory. Automoatically the speed will come down. If you remove of those unwanted stuff from your phone including stored messages you will find better speed and accessibility.

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