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No power dw268 tech gun

6 months old and nothing happens when i press trigger fwd or rev. power lead iso.k. as have tryed 2 seprate leads to no avail

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One of the brushes is most likely stuck in it's holder and not making contact with the commutator

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I would take this back for warranty repair, Dewalt has a one year warranty on their tools. If that is not an option get back with me on the exact model and type number and I will look into it further

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