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Hi, I have a Bosch PSB24 VE2 cordless drill which has started overheating with an acompanying 'hot' smell. Occasionally the drill labours and then picks up speed. Also there is quite an 'impact knock' as the drill speeds up. I have dismantled the drill, removed the gearbox but the motor still gets hot and also still has the knock ( can't recall if it always made this noise ) but certainly much hotter than usual. Brushes have plenty of life left but the motor is quite tight to turn by hand. Any suggestions would be graefully received. Thanks

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Replace your brushes,That should fix your problem, you must have used it alot.I hope this help you, sometimes they will send you a new set when you bought it

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