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Cordless drill M# 6337D leaf spring has come out of houseing while replaceing the trigger switch. How is it put back into place?

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Email me at slayer45_@hotmail.com with your request and model number and i can mail you a parts diagram.

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On rare occasions I have seen the gear box jam or the motor bearings go defective.

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