Introduction

This guide will show you how to replace the motor on the Black and Decker PS1800.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Lay the drill on its side, assuring that the screw holes are facing upwards. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver (#00) to remove all seven screws (12mm).
    • Lay the drill on its side, assuring that the screw holes are facing upwards.

    • Use a Phillips-head screwdriver (#00) to remove all seven screws (12mm).

  2. Separate the clam-shell (outer drill case) to expose the drill's inner components.
    • Separate the clam-shell (outer drill case) to expose the drill's inner components.

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  4. Locate the motor at the top left hand corner. Carefully disconnect the red and black wires attached to the motor. Carefully disconnect the red and black wires attached to the motor.
    • Locate the motor at the top left hand corner.

    • Carefully disconnect the red and black wires attached to the motor.

  5. Unscrew the motor from the drill's transmission.
    • Unscrew the motor from the drill's transmission.

    • Detach the transmission carefully, ensuring that the gears remain intact.

  6. Remove the motor from the transmission assembly, as pictured. Remove the motor from the transmission assembly, as pictured.
    • Remove the motor from the transmission assembly, as pictured.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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