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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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I'm not familiar with that brand, but it sounds like your chuck just fell apart.
It can be reassembled, but a better and more long lasting fix would be to get a replacement chuck and swap them out. This will save you what could turn into hours of frustration, attempting to repair the old chuck only to find it still doesn't spin freely or tighten correctly.
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