Instructions to Replace the Chuck on a Milwaukee Hole Hawg Angle Drill
The drill hurl modifies open and shut to safely hold a boring tool, enabling you to utilize a wide range of sizes. There are three jaws on the hurl that clip against the boring apparatus. Following quite a while of hard use, these jaws will wear, and your bore may start to slip in the toss. At the point when this occurs, it’s an ideal opportunity to supplant the hurl. milwaukee hole hawg parts diagram
Expelling THE DRILL CHUCK 1. Evacuate the toss.
a. Change the gear selector to the “LOW” setting.
b. Open the drill hurl to its vastest position.
c. Utilize a hex wrench to expel the holding screw from the hurl. (The screw is switch strung, which requires clockwise revolution to release.)
d. Utilize a virus etch and sledge to expel the drill hurl from the drive shaft.
Introducing THE NEW DRILL CHUCK
- Introduce the throw.
a. Utilize a shop towel to clean any flotsam and jetsam or oil from the drive shaft.
b. Adjust the space on the base of the new drill toss with the ears of the drive center point, and introduce the toss onto the pole.
c. Secure the new drill hurl to the pole with the holding screw.
Supplanting the Armature on a Milwaukee Hole Hawg Angle Drill
The armature is the focal piece of your drill’s engine. It comprises of windings, the commutator, a cooling fan, and the drive gear. The armature – alongside the field – make an electromagnetic field that makes the armature turn. The carbon brushes move power to the armature through the commutator. After some time, the commutator will wear from this consistent contact. On the off chance that the apparatus is over-burden, the armature can overheat and the protection around the windings will consume with smoldering heat (making a short out). At the point when this happens, there will be over the top starting from the engine brushes and smoke (or a consuming smell) from the engine. milwaukee hole hawg parts diagram
Evacuating THE ARMATURE 1. Expel the engine brushes.
a. Utilize an enormous screwdriver to expel the (2) brush tops.
b. Evacuate the (2) engine brushes from the brush holders.
1. Evacuate the engine spread.
a. Evacuate the (4) screws tying down the engine spread to the engine lodging.
b. Evacuate the engine spread.
c. Expel the wavy washer from the engine spread (or from the highest point of the armature).
2. Evacuate the armature.
a. Utilize a screwdriver to deliberately pry the armature gathering out of the engine lodging.
b. Expel the armature from the engine lodging.
c. Expel the separator ring from the engine lodging.
Introducing THE NEW ARMATURE
3. Move the heading.
a. Utilize a heading puller to expel the course from the old armature.
b. Stand the new armature on the iron block segment of your tight clamp.
c. Introduce the heading onto the new armature and utilize an attachment (and mallet) to situate the direction onto the armature shaft.
4. Introduce the armature.
a. Liberally apply new oil (Milwaukee Type-E) to the outfitted part of the arrangement armature gathering.
b. Introduce the separator ring into the engine lodging (on the field gathering).
c. In part introduce the new armature gathering into the engine lodging.
d. Pivot the armature gathering until the drive rigging lines up with the interior apparatuses.
e. Press the new armature gathering immovably into the engine lodging to situate the lower bearing.
REASSEMBLING THE UNIT
5. Reinstall the engine spread.
a. Introduce the wavy washer onto the armature bearing.
b. Introduce the engine spread.
c. Secure the engine spread with the (4) screws.
6. Reinstall the engine brushes.
a. Introduce the engine brushes into the brush holders.
b. Secure the engine brushes with the brush tops.milwaukee hole hawg parts diagram