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Hi I Have a Hilti TE 6A Old type recently bought new charger and battery is taking a charge and seems to be holding the charge but when i use the drill it keeps stopping but when i pull the trigger in slowly it stays running is there a problem with the triggers on these drills

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I do not have any experience with this particular drill but I have a old drill and belt sander of my dad's that stopped working and since I was going to throw them away I decided to take them a part and took the switches apart and cleaned the contacts and now they are working just fine. JR

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