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My dewalt drill won't drive

My cordless dewalt will not drive a screw now. something in the unit is spinning but not the tip with the bit. is it the clutch?
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  • whiteykt May 30, 2008

    yes, the battery is charged and I've tried all settings. my thought was that it could be the clutch but wasn't sure. is this your best guess?

    thanks!

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I bit the speed setting is not properly engage.

Posted on May 31, 2008

Is your battery is fully charge or maybe your clutch setting are too low. set it drill mode if it is not working you need to replaced
trans/clutch assy

Posted on May 28, 2008

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