Question about Drills
I am an electrician and I have (5) of these. I ran into the same issue when I rebuilt my first one. #1> the metal clip you may have is about 3/4" long and about 1/4" wide? If so, that is the SPARE bit holder that lives on the bottom of the handle. #2> The metal clip ,you may have, is rectangular and is molded. It measures app. 1/2"X 3/4". If so, this lives within your,"SPEED SWITCH CAP". It is used as a retainer.. As for your trigger, if centered, it reacts as a stop position for the motor. This is a safety precaution to reduce DOUBLE POLARITY and prevents shorting of the battery and trigger. Make sure that you have installed it correctly and that it moves FREELY. I have done this before myself......It's the small things that make a difference...............! Take Care........
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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