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You can try Alltradetools.com and under parts/service they will advise you how to go about it. You will need the tool catalog number handy when contacting them. Let me know if this works because this is the first time I have tried them.

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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A rep from Altrade said they were sending a new drill under warranty.

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

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SOURCE: kawasaki 840079 Green 19.2 Volt Cordless Drill Just stop working

It is possible that you overloaded it in high range and maybe stalled it out. Usually when the motor burns it is from overloading/overheating. If this is a newer tool I would try and take it back for warranty repair and not say anything about the smell. Its worth a try, some of the motors for the cordless tools are around 50-60 dollars

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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Hi Tim, Sounds like you got it figured out! The only question I see is if there is a quick fix, and it looks like you answered your own question. You can certainly pursue requesting that it be fixed as a manufacturing defect/ faulty part, or even a safety hazard as that is your right. While I can not suggest you take that route, the old metaphor of the sparking trigger that melted in my hand always seemed to get a lot of attention. Good Luck to you, hope this Fixsya!

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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Re: Burned trigger switch: call the number on the drill (800.590.3723) and tell them what happened. They will offer to send you a new switch or have you send the drill in for replacement of the switch--although the person I talked with said they would probably just replace the whole drill.

Posted on Apr 24, 2009

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