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DEWALT 24 volt problem with drill

Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by meets1, Feb 7, 2011.

  1. meets1

    meets1 LawnSite Gold Member
    Messages: 3,855

    Guys your my last resort and probably the best resort. Didn't no where to put this thread so here it is.

    I have looked for an hour on the net for problem shooting our drill. Nothing. I found many places for parts, ordering, getting new ect. I have a DW006 Drill. When there is a bit in it it will turn but under load or pressure just by hand - nothing. Whats the deal and what do I need to order.

    Too good of drill to let go unless it cost to much to repair!

    Thanks for the info and time.
  2. Swampy

    Swampy LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,435

    how old is the battery? I'd start there.
  3. meets1

    meets1 LawnSite Gold Member
    Messages: 3,855

    I think the battery si good. i have the sawsaz and skill saw. They work fine with the batteries. The drill runs but when put underload with a bit - the drill works but the chuck/bit does nothing. Just left dewalts website and nothing there either.
  4. GunnPropertyServices

    GunnPropertyServices LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 374

    gonna have to take it in to a Authorized repair shop, sounds like the shaft is broke between the motor and the chuck, i had the same problem with my Rigid impact.
  5. meets1

    meets1 LawnSite Gold Member
    Messages: 3,855

    Hate taking it in. I have replaced a few things on our 18 volt stuff. Tricky to get back together but they all work great so far.
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  6. Swampy

    Swampy LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,435

    If not the batteries it might be the clutch thats in it. I burned one out on a milwaukee, it was stopping hard and clicking then it just went out and won't spin at all. Sounds like your stuck between a rock and a hard place.
  7. meets1

    meets1 LawnSite Gold Member
    Messages: 3,855

    Thats just it - tear apart and hope it all works when back together or forget the drill - keep batteries for the other tools and move on or go buy another 24 volt drill/hammer.
  8. South Florida Lawns

    South Florida Lawns LawnSite Platinum Member
    from usa
    Messages: 4,784

    Your best bet is tearing it apart.
  9. zabmasonry

    zabmasonry LawnSite Senior Member
    from C. VT
    Messages: 316

    I agree-

    Tear it apart, You will find that they are really not that complicated and you can figure out where issues are pretty quickly. Just make sure that you do it on a clean surface and be wary of small parts dropping out.
  10. Knight511

    Knight511 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 207

    It is broke now... if you tear it apart and can't fix it, what are you out? A couple of hours? Tear it down and see if you can fix it... if not, scrap it.

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