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Did the DC drive give you a fault code? It may have tripped on a current over load. Needs to be set to handle load.

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Delta 31 - 255X... | Answered 9 hours ago

Its the compressor... not enough pressure.

Dewalt DC618KA... | Answered on Oct 14, 2019

scrape, sand, Prime with an acrylic primer ,skim texture and top coat
or call a professional

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Oct 13, 2019

Should be on the front wheel of sander,
if handle is facing you,it should be on the right

Sander Tools &... | Answered on Oct 13, 2019

Not familiar with your torch, but does it have a trigger? Possibly goes behind the trigger?

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Oct 11, 2019

If all preparation is correct, your Arrrow stapler may be defective from the factory.

Arrow Tools &... | Answered on Oct 06, 2019

First The model is pretty new. you need to register your tool on line. this takes you from a one year warranty to a three year warranty. They will give you a pro-vantage number. with that said it sounds like a trigger switch. Yhe trigger switch is the brain of your tool. not only does it do your variable speed but it also controlls the brake and your fuel gauge. Because of the cost I highly recomend taking it to your closes Bosch service center.

Bosch Cordless... | Answered on Oct 05, 2019

The nailer must be firmly pressed against the surface you are planning to nail. This will arm the nailer in preparation for firing the nail.

Dewalt Tools &... | Answered on Oct 03, 2019

* Disconnect the tool from the power source when loading brad nails * Tilt the tool or lay the tool flat, so the nails will not drop out while loading
*Press lever (A) while pulling slider (B) backwards Place the nail strip into magazine (C) (maximum capacity 100 nails)

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Oct 03, 2019

You screw off the collar on the tool, remove the chuck and inner part. The chuck is replaced with a special chuck (no inner piece). The special chuck has a square opening in it's nose that accepts the square end of the flex shaft inner cable. Is is actually a speedometer drive cable, from yesteryear.
Then you pull the inner cable out slightly, if it will, and put the inner cable into the square opening of the special chuck on your dremel motor. once engauged, you carefully screw the outer shaft housing on to the end of your dremel motor.
What you want to avoid is damaging this area during flex shaft assembly. I have had success with turning the output side of the flex shaft, while tightening the outer flex shaft onto the dremel motor. Stop tightening if it starts binding...
Rotation seems to help with alignment of all parts.



Dremel Tools &... | Answered on Oct 02, 2019

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