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  • Grip the drill. Locate the red locking switch on the back of the battery. Hold the switch down.

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  • While holding down the red locking switch, slide the battery towards the back of the drill until the battery is fully removed from the drill.

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  • Grip cordless drill firmly with left hand. Grip the cordless drill handle firmly with the right hand. Rotate the handle counterclockwise in order to remove the handle from the drill.

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  • Hold drill upright with one hand and slide the gauge backwards to remove it with the other.

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  • The chuck sleeve is held on by a 20mm Phillips #2 screw in the center.This screw is reverse threaded. Insert a Phillips #2 screwdriver and rotate it clockwise to loosen and remove it.

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  • The threaded hole the screw was in is in the shape of a 6-point star. Insert a T40 Torx Key and rotate it clockwise to loosen and remove the chuck sleeve.

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Image 1/2: The adjustable clutch is held on by 2 20mm T10 Torx screws. Insert a T10 Torx screwdriver and rotate it counterclockwise to loosen and remove each screw. Image 2/2: The adjustable clutch is held on by 2 20mm T10 Torx screws. Insert a T10 Torx screwdriver and rotate it counterclockwise to loosen and remove each screw.
  • Set the adjustable clutch to the "1" setting before beginning. This will make it easier to remove.

  • The adjustable clutch is held on by 2 20mm T10 Torx screws. Insert a T10 Torx screwdriver and rotate it counterclockwise to loosen and remove each screw.

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Image 1/2: There is a metal washer behind the adjustable clutch that holds in 12 small ball bearings. Hold the drill so it is pointing up slightly so the washer and bearings do not fall out. Image 2/2: There is a metal washer behind the adjustable clutch that holds in 12 small ball bearings. Hold the drill so it is pointing up slightly so the washer and bearings do not fall out.
  • Firmly grip the outside of the adjustable clutch and pull it off.

  • There is a metal washer behind the adjustable clutch that holds in 12 small ball bearings. Hold the drill so it is pointing up slightly so the washer and bearings do not fall out.

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Image 1/2: Remove front casing piece. Image 2/2: Remove front casing piece.
  • Locate 4 screws on front of the drill. Remove using Torx T10

  • Remove front casing piece.

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Image 1/2: Remove back casing piece. Image 2/2: Remove back casing piece.
  • Locate 4 screws on back of the drill.Remove using Torx T10.

  • Remove back casing piece.

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  • Locate 4 screws on side of the drill. Remove using Torx T10

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  • After all screws have been removed both side casings can be taken apart.

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  • Disconnect all wiring on top of trigger coming from motor and board.

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  • Reconnect all wiring to your new trigger

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Conclusion

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

Daniel

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