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How To Replace Brushes in a Drill

How To Replace Brushes in a Drill
By July 28, 2015 3061 Views

Jul 28, 2015 6:51:46 PM

Hey everyone! Welcome back to another Do It Yourself article brought to you from all of us here at ToolPartsDirect.com! Today, we’re going to teach you how to replace the brush inside your drill. Before we start, you’ll need these tools to help you take apart your drill.

Tools You Will Need:

Phillips Head Screwdriver

Pick

Now that you have your tools ready, let’s get started!

Step 1:

First thing you need to do is to unscrew the back of the drill. Make sure the power is off!

Step 2:

Next thing to you need to do is to use your pick to pull up and unclip the spring.

Step 3:

Now that the spring is free, go ahead and pull up on the brush.

Now, clip on your new brush clip. It should look like this when you’re done.

Finally, screw the drill casing onto the back of the drill. Make sure it’s firmly on and test it to see if it works.

And that should do it! Hopefully, this article helped you

out and saved you some time and money. Make sure you keep an eye on the next Do

It Yourself article from all of us here at ToolPartsDirect.com.

Jul 28, 2015 7:01:28 PM

Posted in: Drills and Drivers