I have a Makita 3095D with the number 3595090A on it. My notes show
that I bought it at the local Home Depot as a kit with a NiMH charger
and two NiMH batteries for $99 two years ago.
It no longer runs. I tried adjusting the battery terminals without
effect. The case says it has an internal thermal protection device that
self resets (unlike the DA391D, where there is an external reset
I tried disassembling the drill, but the head of the Torx screw that
mounts the chuck appears to have been stripped by the assembler during
Has anyone any further suggestions? Might I drill out the screw (any
idea what the OD of the inner part of the threads is?) and then tap it
and run in a bolt that I could use to drive it clockwise to remove it?
Perhaps it is not worth the bother.
This is the newest (and least impressive) Makita tool I have in my
collection. Makita's website does not appear to be very helpful.
Thanks for any insights.