1. Use a T-10 Torx bit screwdriver to take out the 4 screws shown.
    • Use a T-10 Torx bit screwdriver to take out the 4 screws shown.

  2. Use 2 H-5.0 bit drivers to take out the main bolt and head.
    • Use 2 H-5.0 bit drivers to take out the main bolt and head.

    • Note: there will be blue locktite on the tread

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  4. Pull apart 2 halves of the handle.
    • Pull apart 2 halves of the handle.

  5. Gently lift the motor and trigger mechanism out from the frame of the drill.
    • Gently lift the motor and trigger mechanism out from the frame of the drill.

  6. Locate where the motor assembly is attached to the trigger mechanism and carefully detach the wires at their solder points.
    • Locate where the motor assembly is attached to the trigger mechanism and carefully detach the wires at their solder points.

  7. Solder the new motor assembly wires to the trigger mechanism in the same fashion that the old motor was.
    • Solder the new motor assembly wires to the trigger mechanism in the same fashion that the old motor was.

    • Note: Take care of where each wire connects because the wires must be soldered to the correct places on the trigger mechanism for the motor to run.

Conclusion

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

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