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Safety Guard I can not keep my safe guard up. I have to hold it up while I am cutting, do anyone no how to keep the guard up?

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holding the drill turn it to reverse hold the black area neer the nose of the drill and turn on the drill
when it openes insert the drill bitt and hold the area again and turn the drill to the right and turn it on holding the black area carefull not to hold the drill bitt in your hand when it turns it will cut you .

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