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My clutch is so loose it wont drill through balsa

Loose clutch

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  • dave_total May 27, 2008

    i recently replaced a motor on a dewalt dc925 18 volt hammer drill it seem's to my luck after returning it to it's owner that the clutch will slip no mater what setting it is on .i have been all through the transmission and everything look 's to be in order im thinking its possible in the nose peice any idea's ??? thanks

  • mustang_5l87 Jul 05, 2008

    Yes, I have been having the same problem. In the drill position the clutch still slips. It has been getting worse. It started happening in 3rd gear and now it happens in 1st. now It wont drill at all without the clutch slipping!

    Rob B.



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Give me more info pls of what wrong

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  • mr aicnelav May 28, 2008

    if it is slipping while holding chuck its the transmission problem.

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