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Overloading power tools can never be ruled out, and this can lead to unjustified warranty claims. Overloading is often the result of too much pressure on the tool, which in turn causes tool performance. The reason for this is often the use of wrong, blunt or badly sharpened accessories.

Excess heat generated by short-term overloading is largely removed by the cooling air stream during the operation of the tool and is unlikely to cause permanent damage.

However, overloading should always be the exception, and never the rule.