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My drill runs but has quit turning the bit - looks like gears are not engaged.

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Make sure the hi/low selector is fully engaged, if so then could be a couple other problems like a broken gearbox assembly, slipping pinion gear or the shift assembly not engaged in the shift ring. Let me know if you need more assistance.

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