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Mike2

Cordless Drill XPH03

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Hello! I'm new to the forums. I am a contractor and go through cordless tools more than I'd like. Without any options in my area for guys to repair them I thought I would give it a whirl. 

I thought I would try with a big drill that I have, the 750 ish torque model, that I would use for an ice auger this winter. I have replaced the Armature and the brushes but it still seems to be getting really hot when I run it, does anybody have any pointers as to my next step? 

 

Mike 

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It’s getting hot because it’s a brushed drill that’s working it’s ass off. Next step if this isn’t working out for you is buying a decent impact wrench, or buying a gas augur and spending more time fishing. 

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Oh look, a insecure internet troll! 

I'd recommend you, 1. Know the amount of work a person does and 2. Maybe even know the guy before you spout off some random crap that you have no idea. It really doesn't make you look good, just a immature jerk..... Thanks for your constructive criticism..... 

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3 hours ago, Mike2 said:

Oh look, a insecure internet troll! 

I'd recommend you, 1. Know the amount of work a person does and 2. Maybe even know the guy before you spout off some random crap that you have no idea. It really doesn't make you look good, just a immature jerk..... Thanks for your constructive criticism..... 

 

Yet my drills aren't burned out.

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12 hours ago, SchenzhenSpecial said:

 

Yet my drills aren't burned out.

Knock it off.

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