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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: service light
You can reset the light. What you need to do it remove the handle assembly from body of tool. The contacts will unplug. Then plug the cord in and pull the trigger and sometimes the light will blink, while holding the trigger in the on position unplug the cord. reinstall the handle and the light should go out. Sometimes you have to pull the trigger while plugging cord in but this should work. and then while holding unplug cord.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
Testimonial: "excellent, tried it out and it worked... thanks very much :-))"
bosch brushes are unique. they have a spring embedded in the carbon so when the length gets too short, the spring lets go and raises the brush above the commutator and the appliance stops. you need to remove the handle partially or the brush covers and unscrew the brush holder(s) two small screws secure the brushes and holder to the appliance.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
Just go to the Clark tools site & brushes can be bought on-line & sent to you.
Here is the link for you. Best of luck Ian Wallace
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
Testimonial: "Don't know why that site exists. Clarke filed for chapter 11 in Feb. 09. April 30th article in the Toledo Blade states they went out of business."
SOURCE: I am using a powerbase
Refer to the picture shown in the link below---
The very left-hand end of the drill is the drill chuck. There are three "jaws" protruding from the left-most end. To open the jaws grasp the large black collar with one hand and the the smaller silver collar just behind it with the other hand. Twist these two collars in opposite directions. You have to twist pretty hard. If they won't move, then try the other direction. Once they start to move they will move easily and you will see that the the three jaws begin to separate. Keep going until the jaws have separated enough to insert the wood drill bit, insert the bit, then tighten - good and tight! Good luck.
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
Testimonial: "thanks a lot :)"
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