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Kawasaki 840079 Green 19.2 Volt Cordless Drill Just stop working

What would cause my drill to just stop working and smell as if the motor is burned up?

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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

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