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Experience:  I maintain small refrigeration appliances in the field right now, Including deep freeze's, Refrigerators and small ice makers.
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How to diagnose older Milwaukee Drill. Started dying.

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How to diagnose older Milwaukee Drill. Started dying. Recharged the battery (multimeter shows voltage) but now drill stopped completely! Took apart, testing connections now!
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Small Appliance
Expert:  HVAC/APPLIANCE MAN replied 11 months ago.
While I'm not technically a expert in this field, how old is it ? Is it used often?How long was it not used before recharging ?
Customer: replied 11 months ago.
Nevermind. Sorry, I asked the wrong handyman AND I already took it apart. It has a bad motor. Going to get a new one. Sorry bout the confusion!
Expert:  HVAC/APPLIANCE MAN replied 11 months ago.
No problem, Im a big Milwaukee fan and recently started having issues with my batteries as well. No problem, if you need any other assistance in future reach out to us
Customer: replied 11 months ago.
Screw it. I took the whole thing apart and the motor is not working. I will just go buy a combination drill and Skil saw from Home Depot for 89 bucks or something and you get both