Introduction

If the drill is on but not spinning, then the motor should be replaced.

Image 1/2: Remove one 18 mm Torx T10 screw. Image 2/2: After removing all screws, lift up the top yellow cover.
  • Remove seven 21 mm Torx T15 screws.

  • Remove one 18 mm Torx T10 screw.

  • After removing all screws, lift up the top yellow cover.

  • The yellow cover should easily lift up, if not, check for unscrewed screws.

  • Do not pry the two yellow covers apart, they can crack.

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  • Lift the components out of the casing. These include: motor, gear assembly, trigger assembly and chuck.

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  • Using the tweezers, grab the metal leg on either side of the switch and lift it outwards from the case.

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  • Remove the other leg manually, it should easily come out.

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  • Use a Torx T10 screw bit to remove the four 11mm screws around the motor.

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Image 1/2: Be careful while pulling the wires as they can tear. Image 2/2: Be careful while pulling the wires as they can tear.
  • Pull off the two wires that connect the motor to the trigger.

  • Be careful while pulling the wires as they can tear.

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Conclusion

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

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