Why Read This Article?
- Learn to troubleshoot the most common electrical problem in power tools.
Duration: 5 minutes
Frequency: As needed
Replacing the Brushes:
1. Remove the brushes.
2. Install the new brushes.
Tools & Materials
- Phillips-head screwdriver
- Needle-nose pliers
Remember to use our Milwaukee parts finder to find brushes and other parts for your Milwaukee tools.
Replacing the Brushes
1. Remove the brushes
Remove the brush-holder screw.
Use pliers to remove the holder from the drill--it's normal for the brushes to fall into the drill housing.
Flip the drill over and let the brushes fall out.
2. Install the new brushes
Slide the brushes into the holder and use your fingers to prevent them from popping out.
Use your pliers to continue securing the brushes, then slip the assembly back into the drill.
Tighten the screw to finalize the repair.
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And that's how you replace the brushes in a Milwaukee 0234 corded drill. This incredibly simple repair will only take about five minutes.
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