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For some reason, I can't find your screwdriver on the Dewalt site. They suggest calling them if you can't find an item. That info is below. That said, here is a YouTube that may be of interest. Be careful and don't burn yourself.





call Dewalt: US: 1-800-4-DEWALT ' Mon - Fri 8am-5pm EST

Dewalt Drills | Answered Yesterday

we dont sell anything here

Drills | Answered Yesterday


Got the answer it's 27.5 ml + or - 2.5ml

Hilti Drills | Answered on Jun 20, 2020

I own a Craftsman cordless drill the battery was running somewhat low so I decided to charge it for a little bit I put it back together to use it pushed the trigger and it did not work the light above the trigger started to blink on and off drill did not work please help me what's going on

Craftsman NEXTEC... | Answered on Jun 13, 2020

The switch will have a manufacturer and identity on it. Gargle the numbers to find a supplier.

Hilti Drills | Answered on Jun 11, 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

The Mfg. website will have a list of authorized service centers and manuals & parts lists if you choose to replace it yourself. Use a digital camera and take photos as you take it apart.

Makita & 1/2... | Answered on Jun 03, 2020

you might have to hit it a couple times to loosen the chuck

Makita 12 Volt... | Answered on Jun 03, 2020

Hold the chuck by its sleeve, put the drill in reverse (make sure it's set at high torque if you used it in a drill/driver) and go full speed. That should release the bit.

Dewalt DW0521... | Answered on May 27, 2020


Hilti Drills | Answered on May 19, 2020

The OEM chuck for that is about 45 dollars. There are no substitutes offered.

Hitachi Drills | Answered on May 09, 2020

I took a similar battery apart and was surprised to discover a surprising amount of electronics inside. Clearly the modern lithium type of cordless tool battery is very different from the earlier ni-cad type.

The modern charger for lithium type batteries have electronics inside that qualify them as "intelligent". They can "see" inside the battery and will refuse to charge any battery it is not safe to charge, either because there is a danger to the charger or because there is a danger of fire or explosion of the battery.

Unless you are confident the charger has a fault it is best to believe it. It certainly isn't wise to attempt "jump starting" it due to the relatively large amount of current contained in such a battery.

There are dotted around the world, companies that will recondition cordless tool batteries much cheaper in many cases than the manufacturer's replacements.

Drills | Answered on May 07, 2020

Yes , no problem. They are relatively low voltage, 50 volts and waterproof. The only problem you might find in coming years is corrosion inside.

Drills | Answered on May 02, 2020

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