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Fitting new gearbox to 8444d

How do i remove the gearbox from 8444d cordless drill

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That is a pain. when you take them out they have to go back in that specific way that specific place. if you don't get back just right the case won't fit back together. if you take it slow and only remove what you need to remove you may not have any trouble. you will have to remove all the case screws to get to the gearbox. everything is a tight fit.

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