Posted by old on January 02, 2013 at 17:39:01 from (18.104.22.168):
Ok so I got this DeWalt hammer drill the other day. Checked out the brushes in it One side of each brush showed a lot of wear but the other side was fine. So I was just going to rotate them 180 in the holders so as to let then wear even again but the wire is not long enough to do so. But I can pull the plug loose in the armature and switch them side to side so will that make it run back wards of what id does now. By the way this is a forward reverse type drill so will not really matter other then having the switch set wrong to go right it it does make it run back wards Thanks
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