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I have a new 7000 battery for my 6075D Makita drill. The drill won't turn at all. battery is charged. I wanted to take the drill casing apart. All the screws are out. the casing will not come apart near the front of the drill. afraid to break it. any pointers? Thanks Rick

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Makita engineers are sneaky bastards that's why. There's a special tool required to take the front off and another compression tool to compress all the parts back together. You got to find your local Makita service center and have them do it. They make these Makitas like Hondas, because they want to keep all the money and don't want you monkeying around and fixing the parts yourself for cheap.

I know, I know life's a b.tch sometimes.

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