Discussion for the DeWALT DC825 18V Compact Impact Driver
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Hi Jahbaker.The new switch has a much heaver heat sink that will increase the duty cycle of the tool.The heaver switch would not fit in the old clam shell thus the changing of both VSR switch and clam shell. Hope this helps.
Question: DC825-Chuck Will Not Retain Bits
My chuck on my cordless impact drill will not retain any bits, it holds for a seconds, and the bit falls out. I am trying to figure out what the issue is. I have taken the drill apart, the chuck assembly apart, and have not found an answer. I do not know if it is the sleeve, the spring, or the ball that holds the bit in place. Please get back to me, thanks for your time.
Question: Connector To Battery
I need to replace just the brass terminal, in the handle where the battery makes contact with the drill. Can I purchase just these terminals?
Reply: Connector To Battery
No sir, the entire switch will need replaced(N019951SV) is the part # you need. This is a switch kit which includes a new clamshell for the new style switch.
Question: Dewalt DC825 Impact Driver
Have a used DeWalt impact driver DC825. It does not work right. When you pull trigger led light always works but it does not always turn the motor. When I do have the unit running and try to put it a drywall screw and press down it does not even turn the screw and the motor sparks and smells hot ( this on a well charged battery) Does anyone have suggestions? Could this be a bushing issue? This was purchased used from ebay and looks to be in great to excellent condition.
Reply: Dewalt DC825 Impact Driver
Take the battery out and look at the bottom of the housing.There should be a code number.What is the code number? It may also be on the sticker that has the model number on it .They should start with 2.
Question: Dewalt Impact Driver Reassembly
I got a phillips bit stuck in my new 18v dewalt impact driver (DC825 -type 1). I got it out by removing the collar/spring retainer on the end of the chuck, but now I'm having trouble putting it all back together. Specifically, the small ball bearing that would hold the bit in place seems to belong in a hole which is smaller than the ball bearing. When I took it apart it was all greasy, but it seemed to be just sitting on top of the hole. Does it need to be pressed in, or what? There's really not much to it, just a spring, the collar, a washer and the c -clip that holds it all in... what's the trick?
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