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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Finally got it the normal way. Put the drill in reverse. Hold the outside ring very firmly and slowly run the drill (in reverse direction). It was stuck. After about 5 bursts on the trigger, it finally came unstuck.
Hi, Take the drill apart using a star driver. When taking the chuck assembly from the yellow section have the drill chuch down to stop bits falling out. Once handle is apart popout the triggger assembly. Remove the two power leads from the assembly. Try a direct connection to the battery (polarity doesn't matter. If the motor goes it means that the trigger is U/S. Put a tester across the terminals (either set). You may have a short (as I had). It appears to me that the trigger is not user servicable. I used one from a DeWalt recip saw with a mod on the reverse lever. Works well.
hi , the bad news is you have almost certainley damged the motor and may have damaged the switch ( it is also the speed controller ) , the good news is because its a Makita then you will have little trouble in getting spares for it , if you repost the actual model and what country your in and ask for a spares diagram/parts list i will help further
If you haven't fixed it yet here is the way that I have used to solve this problem. Spray some WD-40 on the inside of the chuck. Place a shop rag around the chuck and CAREFULLY grip with a pair of channel lock pliers set the drill rotation so that it will extend the jaws and SLOWLY depress the trigger. It should move. Let me know if I can help more. When trying this DO NOT SQUEEZE TRIGGER to full RPM.