Cordless Tool Repair Information
- Before beginning repairs, disconnect the tool from its power source. This includes removing all batteries and not attempting to complete repairs while the tool is attached to the docking station or charger. Remove the power source while the tool is in the "off" position.
- Replace all outer protective covers prior to using or testing the tool to see if it works after repairs are completed. This keeps harmful elements out of the motor and helps to prevent burns, shocks and other user accidents.
- Do not use any liquids or lubricants when repairing a cordless tool unless specified for motor function in the user's manual. Use of these can permanently short or disable the tool's motor.