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  1. I had exactly the same problem with my drill and was about to give up on it. However, I noticed that it was a bit damp after being stored in the garage, so suspected that some moisture was affecting the electronics. Here's what I did to get it working again: I undid all the screws in the casing and separated the two halves. At the bottom by the battery connector is a small circuit board. I removed this (still attached to the wires) and used a hair drier to blow it with hot air all over for a few minutes. Make sure you blow all around the little chips - this is where I reckon the moisture was getting and upsetting the circuitry that controls the speed. more details
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