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Problem with hammer drill

Hi ,
the motor gets power and rotate very slowly and the trigger gets hot very quick and at the base of the battery it makes noise , the battery pack works fine cause am using it on another drill,its new but i live in the caribeen to much work to bring it back thank you for answering ,
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I'm afraid u have to replace your armatures..

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