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Dewalt xrp 18v drill

I was putting a screw into some metal on the inside door panel of a truck, and I heard a pop.  I think I saw a spark, but it happened so fast.  This was a brand new drill, and now its just dead in the water.  Is there anykind of relay or switch that could of thrown, or am i screwed?  I have owned my previous dewalt for years and years, and never had this happen.  Kinda confused.

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If it is brand new you may be able to return it to the store for replacement or take it to authorized repair center for warranty

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