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Contact the manufacturer/distributor to inquire.

Hammering • Answered on Mar 15, 2021


Most likely it is the brushes - most of their models in that series have auto-stop brushes that push away from the armature when they reach a certain wear point.

Makita Hm1307cb... • Answered on Mar 03, 2021


Unfortunately, you won't find them - Kango was a great hammer, but the company has been gone for many years and there are no parts available. I would find a local repair shop that may have a different brand brush that is the same or bigger dimensions - by using a piece of 220 grit sandpaper on a hard, flat surface - you can sand them down to the proper size. It will get you out of a bind

Hammering • Answered on Mar 03, 2021


try asking the place you bought it

Jackhammer... • Answered on Dec 06, 2020


The o-rings are most likely worn out. Take it to a service center and have them diagnose it. It probably needs a service kit installed.

Makita HM0860C... • Answered on Jul 13, 2020


How can i see the previous answers ?

Black & Decker... • Answered on Jan 21, 2020


Makita A-90582 or (the equivalent)

Hitachi 981840 Hammer Grease

But dont forget to replace all o-rings and seals at the same time some older models have special wear tear parts sets for service also called maintenance spare parts. If the brushes are short then its time for service.

Makita Hammering • Answered on Dec 02, 2019


Ureythn GE00 is madr by Fuchs in Germany - see their website.
Darina is made by Shell - see internet for comparable grease

Hammering • Answered on Nov 07, 2019


get a multi-meter and test switch and wiring

Bosch Hammering • Answered on Oct 16, 2019


no information generic answer --notify the manufacturer or owners manual for assistance

Hammering • Answered on Sep 13, 2019


There is no grease but oil used in this tool There is a special consumables kit for to order But BEFORE you made a self service for this machine there could be a rip somewhere in the spindle control first by ringing listen to the sound tap on it it with a piece of metal that the spindle sounds well without also all in and outside parts naturally and off if it does is the sds chisel drill conduction inside the spindle is not round toppen instead of square topped because of faultering on the chisel or drill in short time to expect. in that case if the spindle is bad its better to remplacement the whole tool by Bosch for the working hours on all parts are reached, but if the spindle is smooth order 1 615 437 511 oil reservoir and 1 617 000 A16 thats the right maintenance partsset for this machine and its is easy to service by yourself a little 2 or 3 hours without special tools for special kevlar rings like some other brands often have. but a bank vice and some little screwdrivers noseplier, shaft retaining ring pliers a solvent cleaner for the old lubrication to remove. AND IMPORTANT dont forget part 104 best to give that o-ring some grease that it will not move out by insert the spindle (sometimes) one thing is very important there must inside be 2 adjust rings between the gears 47 and 51 if there is only one shimring = used then order some shim rings ( there must be made an adjust between 0,08 and 0,22 mm between the gears tooth but only when there is only 1 ring was used that can be happen in a rare case. the drawing is to find also by bosch in america the partnumbers are the same. http://www.powertools-aftersalesservice.com/public/boschprof/service?p_auth=ZdEJ7pFj&p_p_auth=R78yYhDo&p_p_id=WSRP_bc93764e__6873__4b00__9a29__b331c9759da9&p_p_lifecycle=1&p_p_state=normal&p_p_mode=view&_WSRP_bc93764e__6873__4b00__9a29__b331c9759da9_wsrp-navigationalState=L0JPUy9QVEFTLVBULVNJUy1TaXRlL25sX05MLy0vRVVSL1ZpZXdQcm9kdWN0LURpc3BhdGNoO3BnaWQ9YmI5NWI3MGRjM2E3NzQxY2ExYzA0OGYyM2IzMDdhNWQ4RkJCO3NpZD1Zdks0RVZOU3dzVm1OZ3M3YnNlazZselpkRGtMODVwSi1QTTd1dEh5ZERrTDg1cEotUE09

Bosch 1 916 SDS... • Answered on Aug 20, 2019


I think there is some faults to cause the generator stop, focus on checking the oil circuit, gas path and generator load. https://www.dieselgeneratortech.com/diesel-generators/faults-caused-by-low-load-operation-of-diesel-generator.html

Hammering • Answered on Aug 09, 2019


If an oil sight glass is in the modelrange of the brand ROK Rottela 40 , but if no sight glass is used in the model then often is to use special Grease lubrication. or only an special volume of oil and most used of them are zinc-free hydraulic based and included in the manual instructions of a maintenance set (service kit)wear parts set.

Hammering • Answered on May 29, 2019


If it's like mine, it probably won't charge. First time I let it run down, it was screwed, a real POS.

Black & Decker... • Answered on May 19, 2019


3 to 4 ounces for first fill. You actually unscrew the oil gauge with the little wrench that should have come with the tool and add the oil there. After putting the cap back on, hold the tool upright to check the oil level. Check daily and add oil when the level drops to 1/4 when checking as described above.

Hammering • Answered on Apr 05, 2019


kango 950 was the hammer drill version. Usually when they stopped hammering they were due for a rebuild. These units have a aluminum piston that rides in a steel tube striker. When the 2 rubber piston rings wear out you will get the described problem. The Kango's use a special tan grease so you cannot just yank it apart and replace the 2 rings with o-rings and grease. I had to rebuild 15 900 and 950's because the previous mechanic used the wrong grease. https://project21designs.com/kango-950-parts The link sells grease & rings.

Hammering • Answered on Mar 13, 2019

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