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To get rid of the bad boring job on the column you might have to take the swivel adjust apart below the table and rework that. I would try to shim it rather than file all that cast iron. A stainless hemishpere shaped shim of .007" thickness or so would be a good thing to try first. Square with a good 6" square and a dowel pin in the chuck and the Column tensioner at full tightness of course. Keep the shim 1/2" out from the lock bolt and the whole thing should sort of tighten down well enough to use as long as you don't bend the handles with drill pressure. We had one that was actually loose between the Column, the Base and the Drill Head where it was turned too small.
Hi, Actually you get many tips from this website : http://vikingdrill.com/Drill_Troubleshoot_Face.html
Below is Troubleshoot sample availabe in this web : If you have problem with broken Drill because flutes clogged with chips, drill binds in hole (Common in deep holes) then solution are : - Use a drill with wider flutes and/ or faster helix angle - Consider polished flutes - Withdraw drill at regular intervals to clear chips - If chips are not broken up, consider heavier feeds - or a chip breaker design.
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Max nailers are very good quality and parts are not expensive. Parts and parts list at www.toolpartsdirect.com. Check the following to repair not feeding problem.
Check paw in the door should have a light spring action. Feed paw should have a medium spring action. You may have to pull the feed piston back and hold to check feed paw spring action. Feed piston should have heavy spring action. If springs seem ok then remove feed piston and replace two orings. If the feed piston spring is broken replace with correct part. Make sure that the ports that direct air to feed piston are not blocked with bits of rubber or dirt. Sometimes parts of the bumper will break off and spread thru-out the gun. Good Luck and enjoy. (parts not expensive)
You will need a chuck key - hopefully you have that with the drill. It's a little t-shaped bar with a cog on one end. You put it into the holes in the chuck (the part at the end which grps the bit) and turn anti-clockwise to open the jaws. Place a bit in the centre and then turn it clockwise to tighten. Tighten the bit using each of the three holes in the chuck and make sure you remove the chuck key before you use the drill - keep it safe!
This could be
1. No signal from the thermostat
2. A faulty coil on the contactor.
3. A faulty disconnect feeding the condensing unit.
4. corroded connections on the contactor.
5. A broken wire or a wire that has came off a position.
6 A high pressure switch keeping the signal to the contactor off.
Be careful when troubleshooting this there is line voltage and a capacitor in this system.