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No it only fits the models it is designed to fit. Go on eBay to check this.

Dewalt Drills | Answered 2 hours ago

If the battery is really being fully charged the connections are probably dirty but if the battery has been left discharged for a while it could now be faulty.

A faulty battery can often be recognised by the unusually short time charging takes and sometimes an extraordinarily lengthy time.

A voltmeter should be used to check the battery...

Dewalt Drills | Answered 2 hours ago

i think thats the circuit board. probably can get a new board at ereplacementparts.com

Bosch Drills | Answered 3 hours ago

you can try going to either makitausa.com or ereplacementparts.com for a parts diagram. Let me know if you need more assistance.

Makita Drills | Answered 3 hours ago

Hello, Nancy -

I suggest you pre-drill holes in the wood -- evenly spaced holes, all in a row, so that later on you can drill screws into the concrete anchors you will drill into the brick or the concrete between the bricks.

After pre-drilling holes in the wood, measure how far apart the holes are. Determine where on the brick wall you want to drill to insert the concrete anchors (which will accept the screws to hold the wood on the wall). Mark on the brick wall where the drilling for the anchors (to match up with the holes drilled in the wood) should be. Drill into the brick or cement between the bricks.

Then, assuming the hole measurements on the wood match up to the drilled holes in the wall, attach the wood to the wall with the proper anchor bolts/screws.

You may find these directions for attaching a ledger board to a masonry wall instructive:

Best wishes.

Drills | Answered 7 hours ago

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Hilti Drills | Answered 21 hours ago

Please provide more detail such as manufacturer and model number. You may also want to Google this information and look for a user manual. I am sure the information you are seeking will be included.

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how to remove error 3d7 for tajima tmfd machine

Tajima Drills | Answered Yesterday

Either the reversing toggle is broken inside or the contacts for the switch are damaged. If you are reasonably handy you should be able to disassemble the drill and inspect the direction toggle in the trigger assembly. It will also give you a chance to inspect for any signs of wiring damage that could also be causing the fault. Otherwise weigh up what it would cost to replace the drill VS repairing it.

Drills | Answered 3 days ago

If it's a corded drill, the cord is probably broken where it goes into the drill. If it's a cordelss drill, the battery contacts (on the battery or in the battery receptacle on the drill) are loose or dirty.

In other words, when you tilt it the power is shut off to the drill.

If you want more info, let me know.


Electric Drills | Answered 3 days ago


Drills | Answered on Oct 16, 2018

there's a button behind the trigger for locking the trigger at full speed. there's a button above the trigger for clockwise and counter-clockwise rotation. there's a button on the top for hammer mode or regular mode. Hammer mode is for concrete, it basically makes the drill bit hammer in turning the concrete underneath it to dust as opposed to cutting with a sharp edged drill bit for regular stuff like wood or metal. If yours has numbers those are for torque settings, and are hardly ever used by professionals.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Oct 14, 2018


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