Question about Hilti Drills
It is more than likely the connections between the battery and the drill or the battery itself. If you look at the leads on the drill there are two large connections that can get bent along with smaller curved connection. If these connectors get bent It is hard to maintain a connection to the battery.
The 10A has not been sold in several years. I assume your batteries are old as well. Hilti has made great improvements over the years to their batterie tools. They still produce 36V hammer drills but now they are Lithium Ion batteries.
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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