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CURRENT SUPPLY 


OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 


This Electric Drill should be operated from 115V A.C. 25/60 cycle power. Be 
sure that the voltage of the scource agrees with the name-plate marking on the 
drill. The plate is located on the motor housing. 

BRUSHES 

Replacement of brushes when necessary will result in getting full power and 
prolong the life of the armature. Brushes should be replaced when worn to 3/32" 
to 1/16" in length. This drill is a "split housing" design, and in order to replace 
brushes, it is necessary to remove the right ha If cover housing as fol lows: 

1 . Remove screws on right half cover. 

2. Completely remove the right half cover. 

3. Remove bearing retainer (1-689) by loosening 2 screws (22-713). Place 
connector over brush nib, insert nib in spring and replace brushholder. 

CAUTION: Be sure that the drill is not connected and do not operate the dri 1 1 
when the right cover half is removed. 

LUBRICATION 

The gears, and all of the bearings except one, of this dri 1 1 are packed with 
sufficient grease for normal duty. The grease should be changed at regular in- 
tervals depending upon use. 

To relubricate, remove the right cover ha If as explained under "Brushes". Flush 
out old grease with kerosene and refill about 2/3full using Special GreaseGTL-4, 
The rear armature bearing is provided with a felt wick ( 1-452) for lubrication. 
Oil this bearing with 3 or 4 drops of SAE-20 oi I when changing brushes. CAUTION: 
Do not ovei — oil this bearing, as excessive oiling will cause drippage on the 
commutator. Oil on the communator is detrimental to the armature. 

CHUCK 

This drill is equipped with a high grade chuck which will retain its accuracy and 
holding power provided that the following precautions are observed. 

1. Insert drill bits far enough into the chuck to get bearing over the full length 
of the jaws. Use chuck key provided with drill. 

2. Do not overload the drill. Never use a drill bit larger than the capacity of 
the chuck indicates. 

3. Certain screw-type accessories may be used which do not require the use 
of a chuck. To remove the chuck from the spindle follow the instructions 
below. 

A. Disconnect drill from power source. This is good practice for any electric 
drill in case the switch is accidentally engaged during chucking operation. 

B. Place chuck key in chuck and unscrew the chuck from the spindle. 

C. If chuck is on tight, loosen by rapping the chuck key sharply with a mallet 
in a counter clockwise motion. 

ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS, POWER LINE: 

For your protection this tool is equipped with a 3-prong plug, 
approved by both Underwriter's Laboratories and the Canadian 
Standards Association. The round prong in the plug is connected 
through the supply cord to the tool housing. When this plug is in- 
serted into a PROPERLY GROUNDED receptacle, it will guard 
the user against shock if the tool insulation should fail for any 
reason. 

2 SPEED SWITCH 

Your 2-Speed Drill is equipped with a special Electronic Switch 
which provides you with a High and Low Speed. 

In order to provide Low Speed, press Trigger Switch back until you 
hear a click. (Note position "LOW" in Fig. 1). You can then lock 
your drill in position for drilling by pressing Trigger Lock located 
on side of drill. (See Fig.l) 

High Speed is obtained by pressing Trigger Switch completely in- fig. i 

ward and lock in position by pushing Trigger Lock. (See Fig.l for 
location of High Speed). 




41-1869(749-10) 5/66F 


PRINTED IN U.S.A. 


OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 
AND PARTS LIST FOR YOUR 

2- SPEED 

3/ 8 " ELECTRIC DRILL 


The model number of your drill appears on a plate 
located on the top of the Drill. Always mention this 
model number when communicating with us regarding 
your Drill or when ordering pjprts. 


— HOW TO ORDER PARTS 

All parts listed herein may be ordered from the factory, 
or Service Stations listed on Warranty Card. 

When ordering repair parts, always be sure to give 
the following information: 

1. The Part Number 

2. The Part Name 

3. The Model Number 


INDUSTRIAL LISTED 

* 


14-49 



22-730 


Electric Drill 


* Patents Pending 


This sheet is intended for Instruction and Repair Parts only 
and is not a Packing Slip. 


Part Number 

NAME OF PART 

1-452 

Felt Wick 

1-689 

Bearing Retainer 

AH-2 

Handle, Auxiliary 

3-288 

Intermediate Gear Assembly 

3-418 

Spindle Assembly 

* 

Chuck Key 

* 

Chuck, gear type (3/8" Cap.) 

6-719* ** 

Housing, Supporting Half 

6-720** 

Housing, Cover Half 

7-138 

Armature Assembly 115V 

8-106 

Field Assembly 

9-44 

Bearing Bronze 

9-77 

Bearing Block, Rear 

9-78 

Bearing Block, Spindle 

11-144 

Cord Assembly 

14-47 

Brush Spring 

14-48 

Brushholder 

14-49 

Brush 

17-100 

Washer, Fiber 

18-140 

Switch 

22-729 

Screw 

22-730 

Screw 

22-713 

Screw, Pan-hd. 6-32 x 1/4" Self Tap 

22-594 

Screw, Pah-hd. 6-32 x 1/4", Slotted, Self Tap Sems 

27-8 

Loading Spring 

28-53 

Rubber Pad 

28-63 

Retainer 

GTL-4 

Grease, Special 

17-103 

Washer 

17-101 

Washer 

28-74 

Grommet 

28-95 

Rubber Pad 


*When ordering a new chuck for your drill give the name of the chuck and the number shown on 
the body of the chuck. When ordering a key, order it by the name and the number on the chuck. 

**When ordering castings please add suffix letters "LM" for Mirror or "SL" for Silver Lustre 
(Bluish Gray Finish).