Question about Drills
14.2 volt drill--has low power and battery tests 14.0 volts speed is slow and can easily stop with hand. Model# 6337d ser# 458583a
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a 18 Volt
oh I hate when that happens. ushally its due to not being lined up right inside the unit. happens with my cheaper drills more so then not.
I ushally just secure the bit into my vice, and then tap the the key with a hammer to loosen the threads..
sounds like she might need a bit of oil I ushally use air compressor oil just a couple drops work for me.
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
did you check the battery under a load condition?as in check the voltage under drill operation,most batteries will check their normal top charge voltage when not being used,this is known as a surface charge,but under load the voltage may severly drop leading to burned or overheated armatures,have it load tested
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
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