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What to do if the electric wrench has low power?

  What to do if the electric wrench has low power?

There may be many reasons for the low power of the electric wrench. Here are some possible solutions:

Make sure the battery has sufficient power. Insufficient battery power will directly affect the torque output of the electric wrench, resulting in weakened power. If the battery power is insufficient, the battery needs to be replaced or recharged.

​Check the motor. If the motor is old or malfunctioning, it may also cause a reduction in power, in which case replacing the motor is usually an effective way to solve the problem.

​Inspect gears and transmission components. Excessive wear on gears or transmission components can also cause a reduction in power and require replacement of these components.

Check and adjust torque settings. If the torque setting is incorrect, it may also result in low force, and the torque needs to be adjusted according to specific needs.

Use lubricant. Using an appropriate amount of lubricant, such as WD-40, on the rotating bearing part of the electric wrench can help reduce friction and improve rotation efficiency.

Check and adjust power supply problems. Make sure that the electrical outlet and power cord you are using are not damaged or incorrectly connected.

Check and replace the wrench head. If the wrench head is worn or damaged, it may also result in reduced strength.

Improve the use environment. Keep the operating environment temperature appropriate to avoid battery performance degradation caused by long-term continuous use.

Regular maintenance. Clean and maintain your electric wrench regularly, and inspect and replace parts that need repair or are damaged.

If none of the above methods can solve the problem, you may need to contact professional maintenance personnel for inspection and repair.

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