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Posted on Feb 10, 2017
The trigger mechanism is either worn or dirty, this wouldnt be a battery issue. the batteries in the pack depending on how old the drill is are probably nicad batteries. they will loose their pep after repeated cycleing over time. ive seen people replace the batteries in the packs if your handy with a soldering iron if not new packs are the answer, for the switch, if you dont want to dis assemble and clean, try blowing it out with air hose around the trigger area
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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