Introduction

Follow these steps to disassemble the plastic casing of the RIDGID R84015 X2 power drill.

Using a Torx T20 screwdriver, remove the four screws attaching the back plate. Using a Torx T20 screwdriver, remove the four screws attaching the back plate.
  • Using a Torx T20 screwdriver, remove the four screws attaching the back plate.

Remove the five screws attaching the drill handle.
  • Remove the five screws attaching the drill handle.

Remove the 4 screws attaching the front of the casing. Remove the 4 screws attaching the front of the casing.
  • Remove the 4 screws attaching the front of the casing.

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With your drill taken apart, move your attention to the trigger and forward reverse switch.
  • With your drill taken apart, move your attention to the trigger and forward reverse switch.

Check to see that the forward reverse switch isn't broken.
  • Check to see that the forward reverse switch isn't broken.

  • NOTE: small tab on trigger fits into groove on forward reverse switch

With the battery attached, check that the wires work when the trigger is pulled.
  • With the battery attached, check that the wires work when the trigger is pulled.

  • Put multimeter wires here.

  • If wires work and drill doesn't, the problem is with the motor.

Make sure plastic is not broken and switch is not stuck.
  • Make sure plastic is not broken and switch is not stuck.

Looks good, doesn't it?
  • Looks good, doesn't it?

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I was able to diagnose and fix my problem with my black and decker following your instructions. TY

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