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I charged my batteries and went to do some work around the house and the drill moved very slowly and smoke came from the vents at the rear of the drill above the handle

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Happens on new Hitachi drills for some reason during the break in period. If you still get the smoke and problems, then take it back to the store for exchange if your within 30 days warranty. Call Hitachi and have them deal with it if your within your 1 year warranty.

Posted on Nov 12, 2010

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    Poppy Chulo Nov 12, 2010

    Happens on Kawasaki drills too for some reason.

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