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I HAVE A TURBO SHOP 18 VOLT CORDLESS DRILL AND CANNNOT SEEM TO WORK IT PROPERLY. IS THERE SOME TYPE OF DEMO OR SOMETHING VISUAL I CAN SEE TO HELP ME PLEASE?

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  • chellcake Apr 23, 2010

    I NEED A VISUAL OR SOMEONE TO DEMOSTRATE WHAT I AM DOING WRONG.

  • chellcake Apr 23, 2010

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH. YOU WERE VERY HELPFUL.

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I think you might be getting confused by the clutch. Most of the cordless drills now have a clutch on them that torques in the screws without stripping the heads. If you look at the ring just behind the keyless chuck, (which you tighten by hand and loosen by hand), you will see a ring of numbers referring to the torque setting, some screws need to be torqued in a little farther than others. If it is on a low setting, it will just clutch or wratchet, not spin at all. Very light pressure, but if you turn it to the drill picture or the top number, it will wrench your wrist off. It is a very handy item.. We use them all the time, have burned up many cordless drills in our day. And have stripped out many screw heads without them. Hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 22, 2010

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    Ned White Apr 23, 2010

    In order for a more descriptive answer, I would need to know exactly what it is you are doing and what isn't working. Are you trying to drill? drive screws? Can't get the chuck to work? The clutch? I don't have a video handy, but I do have a lot of years on the cordless drill. Let me now.

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