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Makita 6337D cordless drill problem

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I have a drill, a little over a year old (no more warranty), that I haven't used more that about 3 or 4 times. All of a sudden, it stops working. When I pull the trigger, it seems like the drill is snagged on something and there is a distinct buzzing noise just above my left thumb, when holding it. i made sure and recharged the batteries, but the same thing happened. Any ideas? Thanks.

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  • melvinh898 Aug 23, 2008

    I was using the drill and suddenly the chuck quick turning.

    The motor is turning when I pull the triggger, but the chuck is free.

    If ther is no torque the chuck turns a little when running, but if you grab it the motor runs just as fast but the chuck stops. could the chuck have become disengaged somehow?

  • Anonymous Oct 20, 2008

    The drill still works but the gear box slips when any pressure is applied. Will not buy another makita product.

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I have a 6337D makita cordless and the gear box slips and grinds when very little pressure is applied. I took the gear box apart and it is all plastic. I think I will invest the $50.00 dollars into a better drill instead of a new plastic part.

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Makita 6337d chuck stuck
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1st the bits would not tighten
Now so tight I can't remove bit

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It is possible that the batteries are no longer good. They may need to be changed. These batteries do reach a stage where they no longer hold charge.

On rare occasions I have seen the gear box jam or the motor bearings go defective.

Jerry G.

Posted on Jun 27, 2008

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