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First, be safe if you are planning on opening the drill. Make sure the cord is unplugged. Check the motor to see if any of the wires look severed or a brush is loose. Most newer drills are more powerful, even for the inexpensive ones, than the older drills. They also tend to use much less power. So the recommendation is, if it is not for sentimental purposes, a new drill might be in order.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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