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Your drill will drill a hole at any speed, the drill bit needs to be sharp to drill the mateirial.The type of wall material is important.Drywall is soft but a masonry bit should be used.A masonry bit has a flat bar accross the point and slower speeds are best.Wood walls / studs you need wood bits that are sharper and medium to high speeds are used.Concrete or Block walls again require Masonry bits.If very hard concrete as in foundation walls or filled block the use of a Hammer drill will work much faster.Good Luck
Sounds like you either have a defective battery, defective charger or, with any luck at all you may only need to clean the contacts on the battery itself. Try using a pencil sharpener on your battery's contacts to clean them. You may need to trim down the eraser so it fits onto the contacts. Once you have cleaned them blow out any excess with sharp blows but be carefull to close your eyes with each blow so you don't get any bits of eraser in your eyes. Then, put it in your drill and se if it works. You may want to unplug your battery charger and clean those contacts also. Let me know if that was the culprit.
Here's a link to a downloadable .pdf manual for your sharpener that will give you pages and pages of instructions to make those dull bits history.
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