20 Most Recent Makita LXT202 BHP451 18 Volt Hammer Drill & BTD140 18 Volt Impact Driver Lithium Ion Combo Kit Questions & Answers


There are a few features you may want to pay attention to include: A Depth Rod mounted to the drill lets you know when the bit reaches the desired depth; Variable Speed Selection allows you to adjust the drill for specific jobs. Use high speed for small holes and low speed for large holes; Reverse can retrieve a hopelessly stuck bit; Removable Side Handles give the operator better control in normal use, and can be removed in confined spaces.

Makita LXT202... | Answered on May 28, 2018


serial is on same label where the model number is
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Makita LXT202... | Answered on Nov 21, 2012


on the BHP451 there are 2 screws on the back cover that need to be removed and then you can access the brushes and on the BTD 140 the same is true. The part number I see is 194427-5. If I have helped in answering your question would you please vote accordingly and thank you.

Makita LXT202... | Answered on Jun 06, 2011


TAKE THE OUTER CHUCK PEICES OFF THE IMPACT!! THERE WILL BE A C-CLIP, WASHER, SPRING AND ONE OR TWO BALL BEARINGS AND THE OUTER HOUSING, IN THAT ORDER! WITH ALL OF THAT OFF, MOUNT THE ANVIL IN A BENCH VISE WITH BRASS JAWS OR BETWEEN TWO PEICES OF WOOD, UPSIDE DOWN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THE TRICK IS TO HAVE THE BIT FALL OUT OF THE CHUCK ONCE IT IS LOOSE!!!! NOW WITH IT MOUNTED IN THE VICE AND PRETTY TIGHT, TURN THE TOOL ON UNTILL IT FALLS OUT, IT WORKS GREAT IF HAVE DONE IT ABOUT 75 TIMES!! MOST PEOPLE THINK I'M A WIZARD!! BUT IT'S REALLY EASY. WITH IT MOUNTED SOLID IN THE VISE THE ANVIL HITS SO FAST AND HARD IT VIBRATES THE ANVIL, IF YOU DO NOT REMOVE THE BALL BEARINGS HOLDING THE BIT, YOU WILL BE DOING THIS ALL DAY. SOMETIMES, IN THE CHEAPER BITS IT WILL ROTATE AND GALL UP SO BAD THAT IT WILL NEVER COME OUT, IN THAT CASE YOUR BUYING A NEW ANVIL ASSY. JIMS TOOL SERVICE

Makita LXT202... | Answered on Feb 02, 2011


Bjarne, odds are the variable speed function of the trigger is failing. There are Makita repair centers that perform repair, and sell parts if you want to take it on as a DIY project. Before proceeding, I would make sure the warranty has expired. If it is still in warranty a Makita repair center should repair it for no charge.

Makita LXT202... | Answered on Dec 19, 2010


you would need to replace the switch, but before doing that check the brush length for excessive wear. you can go to Makitatools.com for a breakdown for this model.

Makita LXT202... | Answered on Nov 29, 2009


If the motor is working good then check the hammer and anvil to see if they are rounded over. A weak spring under the hammer can also add to this problem. Also check the spindle and the two steel balls that hold the hammer to the spindle. Sometimes the spindle will become chipped on the edge of the grooves and let the steel balls get out of alignment in relation to the hammer.
If the motor itself is loosing power with full batteries then you will need to check the brushes and the armature for damage. If the brushes are chipped or broken you should replace both the brushes and armature. Any questions please post back.

Makita LXT202... | Answered on Nov 04, 2009


Did you check to see if the motor is even being energized.? If not check the switch. If yes, then check motor brushes.

Makita Drills | Answered on Jul 13, 2020


Snap on tools have a very nice cylindrical magnet about 1/4" diameter that will fit inside the end of the chuck. If you release the clamp it should pull out.

Makita Drills | Answered on Jun 04, 2020


you can buy the part
exploded view says part 6
look simple ..?.the way in is undo the top casing
leave the motor section in place if possible
Makita 3700B Trimmer Parts

Makita Drills | Answered on Aug 24, 2019


7.2V LITHIUM-ION 1.0AH (BL0710)
The Makita 1.0Ah battery with a 30 minute charge time.

Lithium-ion (LXT) - Makita


https://www.makitauk.com/lithium-ion-lxt.html

Makita Drills | Answered on Aug 15, 2019


The brushes are probably wearing out. They can also smoke if they get dirt or something on them. You can take the drill apart and replace the brushes, but if they are just burned some, take some fine sand paper or emery cloth and polish the armature where they run and clean the brushes and reinstall.

Makita Drills | Answered on Aug 15, 2019


On the Makita 18-V DC18RA charger, the flashing red light means that the battery is not at the correct temperature for safe charging. If the battery is hot (from use or being in direct sunlight), charging will begin when the battery cools down. If the battery is cold, then charging will start when the battery warms up. (Note: the cold battery could have moisture condensation issues. This could delay the start of the charging cycle.) Home Depot has the manual for this charger here: https://images.homedepot-static.com/catalog/pdfimages/35/35393127-7c0b-4668-8609-9104ae7cc187.pdf . I suspect that Makita uses the same "code" on all of their chargers.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Makita Drills | Answered on Jun 25, 2019

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