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Model DR230 corded drill...worked one time...now will not do anything. Checked power and plug...will not make any noise.

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I suspect that the drill trigger has malfunctioned. I had a variable speed drill that the trigger went, and the replacement from Black and Decker cost more than the drill was worth.

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You will need to have someone take it a part and see where the problem lies.
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Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly,

Since I don't have a model number to work with I am going to assume this is a generator with brushes. (I need your model number!)
Having said that... TRY THIS:
1. Plug in an electric drill to the output power plug and turn on the output power switch with the generator running.
2. Squeese the drill trigger switch and rotate the drill chuck as fast as you can. This will flash the field of the generator and often output power starts right away. NOTE: When power starts it will try and twist the drill chuck out of your hand. Just let go of the trigger and the drill chuck.

If you have an inverter type power head the steps are different for flashing the field. The easiest way is to do a male to male power cord from utility supply power connection and turn on the output power switch to re-establish a field in the PMG of the rotor.

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Hello, Most of the time in my experience the problem is in the power cord where it enters the tool. How you can check this is by running the drill and moving the cord about 6 inches below the entrance to the drill. Move it in big circles, this will determine where it is broken. The same at the plug in end. More than likely it is near the entrance to the drill. Check the cord for damage as well. If you have the drill open, you can pull on the white and the black wires (separately) and sometimes the broken one will pull out. This can show you where the break is. You can then use the same cord and repair the drill.
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