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Got a problem with my drill...need help
so i have this drill that im using to build my pvc rail, and when i tried screwing a screw into wood, it was hard, it would skip over the groves, then i pushed down really hard so it would go in. i was successful, then on the 2nd screw, the drill started slowing down. i thought it was the batterey, so i let it charge over night and all day, right now i put it in and it still doesnt work. i mean that plug couldve been not working too, but i dunno.
1 did i break it by pushing down too hard?
2 are you supposed to do that?
3 and how long are you supposed to charge the batteries?
is it a new drill?
it shouldnt break by pushing down hard, that would be gee
and charging for almost 24 hours should give it a bit of juice
bring it in to a hardware store
some times that happens to mine but its usually the battery. i guess u could bring it to like home depot and ask them.
k cool thanks
if its a shitty drill then yeah, it will probly break when you use it. maybe the battery is bad and isn't charging fully, thats what it sounds like at least.
if you take a little drillbit and make holes where you are going drill it takes a little pressure off and goes more smooth and easy
The lock could be on so it should be the same switch as when you change the foreward or reverse
Ski Hard Because You Only Live Once.
or if its an old drill/gets used a lot the battery could be permanently dying.
just to throw it out there...
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