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Entry Date:2013-10-11 15:35:13
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Clutch housing broke
Remove Battery. Remove chuck. Remove from rear of drill. Remove remaining screws from side of drill.Split housing. Pull out motor/clutch combo. separate motor from clutch. Attach new clutch assembly to motor. place motor /clutch combo back into housing. Replace other half of housing. Replace side screws. replace rear piece and screws. Reattach chuck and center screw.
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