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Makita has produced two different
versions of the 6333D cordless drill. The older version uses Ni-Cd
(Red) batteries, and the newer version uses Ni-MH (Black) batteries.
Otherwise the parts are the same. It is always best to purchase the
original batteries that came with your drill. It is possible to
upgrade a Ni-Cd (red battery) tool to use Ni-MH (black) batteries, but you
will need a Ni-MH/Ni-Cd charger such as the
DC1804 listed here to charge the black batteries. If you have
questions please contact us.
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Question: Makita Drill 6333D
Countersunk M5x21 Screw Part # 265998-Is this just a 5mm allen head wrench to connect the clutch to the gear assembly?
It looks like a flat head allen or torx drive screw and it holds the chuck to the gearbox assembly.
Hope this helps,
Question: Makita 6333D Drill Hi-Speed Dise...
Low speed/high torque is fine but High speed/low torque kicks out of gear. Almost like the selector switch doesn't go far enough. However, upon disassembly I see no damage anywhere. No stripped gears, broken parts, missing springs, etc. Any ideas or suggestions?
Thanks in advance
Not really a quick fix on this link removed the tension between the gears won't hold..no replacement parts available for the gearbox...you will have to replace the entire gearbox..:(
hope this helps..
I had a 6333D given to me by the family three years ago and the first one did this after 6 months. I returned it to the retailer and they swapped it out on the spot. After I got the replacement, I found that I was bumping the selector switch and inadvertantly putting the thing in "neutral". If I was careful and didn't hit the switch, I had no issues. So, when this started happening on the second one, I figured the switch tab was worn or dirty and wasn't allowing full engagement. It's like a manual tranny with a bad synchro- you can't get it fully in gear and it kicks out under a load. However, upon disassembly I found nothing to cause this. I was surprised and a little disappointed to see plastic gears and a plastic gear ring in the box even though the rest of the parts were metal. That bothered me as this drill is a 1/2 capacity drill and will twist your wrist off if you have the clutch locked and the bit hangs up. (Can you say ouch?) When it began to slip I wondered if the gear engagement wasn't proper. While a gearbox replacement looks to be the only fix, what's to prevent the new box from doing the same thing? I can't see what failed to allow this to happen.
Drat I hate this- a "quality" tool suffering from the same issues I see with Harbor Freight garbage. What's a guy to do?
Most of all the gearbox's of the major brands have plastic gears mixed with metal component's..ugh.. I have replaced dozens of these so far and none have come back with the same problem..and I am unaware of any improvements that Makita has made but I suspect they may have done something to make the new one better..?:)
The other thing you can do to prolong life is to use the lower gear for the harder jobs..i know it will take longer but the torque is almost doubled...and of course use sharp bits or good tips and be aware of the hardness of your materials..
But i think once you replace the gearbox you probably wont have any more trouble..
Question: 6333D Cordless Drill Not Engagin...
My 6333D cordless dirll has stopped engaging when I pull the trigger. The motor operates and the chuck spins to some degree but when I try to use it the motor does not continue to be engaged with the chuck. I suspect the problem is in the gearbox assembly but I wanted to confirm before I ordered the part.
It looks like it is simple enough for me to swap out the gearbox myself.
The only thing it can be is the gearbox, but first make sure that the gearbox is not just shifted in between gears..! if it feels like it is shifting all the way in either speed and still doe's not work..replace the gearbox :)
Hope this helps...
This really helps. I thought that it might be a problem with the chuck but it didn't look like it. I will double check the gear selector also to make sure.