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Part # of the Voltage Regulator in Dewalt Drill

What is the Part # of the Voltage Regulator in a Dewalt DW983 Trigger Assembly. Its a 14.4 v cordless.... Thank You

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The part number for the switch is 152274-19 . Dewalt doesn't sell the individual parts for the trigger assembly. It really depends on the manufacturer of the trigger at the time of production. You should be able to locate a company name on the side of the trigger switch assembly. It may be Marquardt. I am unaware of any way to order individual parts for these type switches. If you find a source please post.

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