Question about Drills
Check the power cable of the drill is it a 2 prong or 3 prong plug? if it's a 2 prong it is an insulated power tool it is prone to emitt EMI (Electro Magnetic Interferance) becaus the casing is usually plastic, what could be done is check the carbon brushes inside the drill they could be worn and produce a lot of blue sparks, replace the brushes, if it's a 3 prong check for a faulty ground, with a faulty ground the metal casing of the drill is not shealding the EMI and could be deadly for the user in the event of a faulty live wire touching the casing
If all is well for the drill, contact a qualified electrician and ask for a EMI filter you could ave installed in the electric panel
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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