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Can you replace a Forward/Reverse Selector on a Ryobi cdi 1801 18v cordless ? drill

Selector broken,stuck on forward. Can I buy a spare selector from some where.

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A 24 position clutch controls torque output. 2 speed range gear box for high torque applications. Auxiliary handle with metal depth stop rod. Has an overmold grip handle for added comfort. A Mag Tray holds screws, small bits and hardware, etc. on foot of drill for easy access. 1/2 Ft.' heavy duty keyless chuck for quick and easy bit changes. Removable 2 position level for convenience and accuracy

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Make sure the screw for the chuck (down inside
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