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SOURCE: makita cordless drill 6011D

It sounds as if the brushes may be bad / burnt / chipped. If you fire up the drill in a dimly lit area you will likely see sparks inside the unit. The smell is the ozone that the sparking creates.

I have an 18 volt DeWalt that sparks and smells like something inside is cooking if I use it. I use that drill occasionally and every time I do I think that sooner or later it is going to give up the ghost permanently.

Now, if I had a 120 volt plug-in-the-wall outlet drill that was doing that I'd deep six the drill and get a new one. They are cheap enough and you really don't want to be dealing with sparking with an item that could short circuit and cause some real harm or damage..

You could get it repaired, but that wouldn't be cost effective. Take a wire cutters, cut off the plug from the wire and discard.

The one thing I would not do with the drill is sell it at a yard sale. It just wouldn't very honest to do that.

good luck.

Posted on May 16, 2009

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SOURCE: How to Replace the trigger switch on Makita 6011d

Unscrew the cover then remove the triger sw then replace it.

Posted on Jun 08, 2009

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SOURCE: My trigger switch for Makita model 6011d stopped

Yes, you need to take the chuck and the collar off. Not bad though. Make sure you put the collar back on correctly. I think the switches on those have to be soldered, if I remember that model correctly. Be careful. You could ruin the main switch if you accidentally cross the circuit with the small resistor to other terminals. Lemme know. Please rate me.

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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SOURCE: 6011D drill/driver won't run with battery cover

Could be the contacts where the battery seats inside the handle are worn or the battery itself has bad contacts. You can try polishing the battery terminals with a pencil eraser to remove oxidation, etc. If you jiggle the on/off switch around does that have any effect? And make sure the battery clip is keeping the battery fully engaged...
See here for an exploded parts view of your drill. If you're comfortable opening it up, you could try bending the battery contacts so they have more tension on them and see if that works. If the contacts work well, the switch could be failing...
You may just need to have it serviced somewhere....

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a MAKITA MODEL

in the tip section there are detailed instructions on how to remove a drill chuck.

Posted on Sep 22, 2011

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Yes, you need to take the chuck and the collar off. Not bad though. Make sure you put the collar back on correctly. I think the switches on those have to be soldered, if I remember that model correctly. Be careful. You could ruin the main switch if you accidentally cross the circuit with the small resistor to other terminals. Lemme know. Please rate me.

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Here is the schematic for you: http://www.toolpartsdirect.com/cgi-bin/schematic.cgi/makita/6011D

If it is running just fine and meets your needs I would just keep on using it.

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