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Ball bearings fell out of the area where the ''chuck'' is attache

RE: Kawasaki 19.2V DrillI was putting in flooring screws (#9s X 11/4") when I noticed small ball bearings falling out the space between the "chuck" and the drill.My drill was purchased at Cosco for Christmas last year and I am otherwiswe very pleased with it. Who may I contact for warranty repair?Thanks Tom V from Old Fields

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Call Alltrade Tools customer service so they can provide you with a replacement drill. Call 1-800-423-3598, give them your model number for a replacement.
Per "Ask Carl" of Alltrade

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