Question about Garden
Posted by Anonymous on
I'm not sure what the make and model of the drill you are referring to is.
Perhaps a modicum of detail?
I'm also guessing your drill is not a chain saw.
If you are serious about getting an answer, include Make and Model. Describe your problem clearly, concisely and with as much detail as possible.
Often, a problem can be the result of a seemingly unrelated event. It is always a good idea to include a recent history.
Additional information such as what steps have already been taken, has the product ever worked, is it new, etc. can have a bearing on providing the best solution for your particular circumstances.
Remember, you are a key participant in this process. I am not there, you are. I depend on you to be my eyes and ears. I can only respond to what you provide me.
What you get out of the experience depends on what you put in to it.
So help me help you.
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