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Hammer Drill I bought a Black and Decker Hammer Drill, the motor runs but the chuck won't spin.

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Wrong product section, dude

Check your battery, make sure it's charged up
Look for interference
Repost your question in the Black & Decker section

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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