Question about Milwaukee 4270-21 Compact Magnetic Drill Press
Mag base will not hold at all
Posted by Anonymous on
If I'm not mistaken, these drills use an electromagnet. Start by measuring the current when the magnet is switched on, but not the drill. If you don't have a current meter, just plug the drill plus an incandescent light into a long lightweight extension cord. You should see the light dim a little when you switch on the magnet. If the light doesn't dim, you just aren't getting power to the electromagnet, and it's probably a broken wire or a bad switch. If the tool has it's own fuse, I would think it would be for the drill only, not the electromagnet.
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