I have a DH24PC3 SDS drill. It worked nicely. loosening mortar round brickwork, mostly light load ( I found that vibration under light trigger action was better than out and out hammering). Then without warning it just went 'dead'. No symptoms. It just stopped. Any idea what happened? Do I need to have it examined at your service centre, or have you come across this before? I have. It happened precisely the same on another manufacturer's drill, and I put it down to buying an inferior product. It won't happen with a Hitachi, I thought.Alan Hodgetts
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The issue with you tool is that while the trigger is designed to allow a smooth start and stop, it was not designed to run the tool constantly with the trigger partially depressed. This creates ALLOT of resistance and heat build up in both the motor and the trigger componants. You basically burnned up either the trigger or the tool motor. If the tool is still within its warrantee time then I would retun it to the place of purchase for repair or replacement.
I hope this helps answer your question, If you have any other questions about this tool feel free to let me know.
Looking forward to your reply,