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    Tried to use my R7100 drill this morning without success. It was working find the last time I used it and has never given me problems. I rarely use it, it's been well taken care of and I haven't dropped it or damaged it in anyway. The power cord is lit, but I pull the trigger and nothing. I pulled the handle casing off and made sure all the visible wires were in tact and connected.

    Any help would be great appreciated.

    Thanks
    Scott

  • #2
    Re: R7100 Drill

    YAG, you have power, wires are all connected, pull the trigger and nothing..........bad switch.
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    • #3
      Re: R7100 Drill

      ... or brushes worn beyond their service limit.
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      • #4
        Re: R7100 Drill

        Make sure the "directional switch" is set all the way to forward or reverse. Also did you try spinning the chuck by hand and try again?

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